Vermont Holidays

Skiing, maple syrup, cheddar cheese and teddy bears all approach iconic status once you cross the border into Vermont. This northern New England state is also a great place to find nature, mountains, and, yes, lots of snow. Whether you crash in a romantic B&B or one of Stowe's world-famous ski resorts, or just pass through on a leaf-peeping junket, ... Read more
Vermont offers a real Yankee atmosphere. Be sure to stop by Burlington, set on the windswept shores of Lake Champlain, where hipster culture rules and you'll be strangely re-energized by the mellow vibe of the city.

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Be prepared for all types of weather in Vermont. In the summer, verdant forests and deep blue skies are made that much more perfect by the long daylight hours; but rain is never far away, and the heat and ... Read more
humidity can be quickly blown away by cold winds coming in from Canada. Spring can be even more dicey (New Englanders call this time of the year “mud season”), and many places are closed; however, the places that stay open year-round will offer you a much lower rate. No matter what time of the year you visit, you’ll likely be awed by Vermont’s gorgeous landscape, even during the long, bitterly cold winter months, when soft, fluffy snow blankets the deep woods and ski slopes.

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South Windsor

Simple wholesome Green Country living! Vacation here often, recharge, enjoy life :)

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New York City

Vermont is a beautiful state! The four seasons are wonderfully distinct here, and there are so many outdoor activities to enjoy in each. There are beautiful mountains, lakes, rivers, and valleys, quaint towns and small cities, fresh produce, and open-minded people. It is a great place in which to both visit and live.

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Longmont

I had been to every state in New England except Vermont until a recent road trip to Montpelier and Burlington. Vermont has none of the rocky, loneliness of New Hampshire or Maine. It's hills are wooded and dotted with dairy farms, snow and ski slopes. And, lest we forget, the greatest maple syrup in the world come from here.

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Washington, D.C.

The perfect winter getaway for city girl like myself. Fresh air (*moaning*) is something I appreciate and long for. Vermont is like heaven in the winter; covered in snow, with a laid-back nature and refuge for nature-lovers, homebodies who love to be snuggled up by the fire, and outdoor adventure seekers. Every day in Vermont is pure serendipity.

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New York City

I had a great time in Vermont visiting the state parks and taking the maple syrup tour (no kidding).

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Kiryat Gat

Vermont is beautiful country Especially in autumn leaves fall The colors are amazing :))))))))))

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Pittsford

The state of Vermont offers something for everyone...Outdoor activities, quaint small towns, substantial cities, a wide range of shopping opportunities, many colleges and universities, high end restaurants, quaint country inns, and family owned diners. Vermont is an efficient drive from New York State, Canada, and other New England states. We enjoyed having the Mount Snow ski resort area as our home base and traveling by car throughout the state as well as into western Massachusetts and nearby New Hampshire as day trips.

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New York City

Vermont is the east coast winter wonderland and it is both a beautiful and freakishly friendly state, at least for those of us who live in New York city. Vermont feels like another world and I loved going to summer camp in Vermont as a kid, just as I love eacaping to the Vermont mountains now, as an adult. I might not want to live in Vermont, which for all of it's mountain charm remains the poorest state in the us, but I will always enjoy visiting. Vermont is still suffering in the wake of Hurricane Irene and I hope everyone who loves vacationing in Vermont will try to donate something to the ongoing relief efforts, because they need our support.

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Vermont is a beautiful state known for skiing, fall foliage and a very earthy lifestyle. From the shores of Lake Champlain to the mountain, there's tons of variety in landscape. It's also home to the world renown Ben and Jerry's ice cream!

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Boston

One of my favorite parts of the US, Vermont is beautiful in every season. Brilliant green summers; a mosaic of red, yellow, and orange leaves in the fall; and a winter wonderland for much of the rest of the year. Despite its inconveniences, even the snow somehow falls more gracefully in Vermont. The state's plethora of farms provides tons of good local food to area restaurants, as well.

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