Vermont Byways

Mad River Byway

The best way to "meet" Vermont is to get off its Interstate Highways and onto our secondary roads. 

These are the roads that take you to the towns and villages settled when America was young.  It was in these towns and along these routes that the freedom fighters planned and marched to fight the British in the Revolutionary War. Our designated byways offer information and/or waypoint centers to help you get the most enjoyment possible from your visit.

Vermont byways range from 14 miles in length to over 400 miles in length. Historic sites, cultural experiences, recreational opportunities and incredible scenery abound.  Biking, walking and ski trails, canoe and kayak access, swimming, camping, farmers' markets, artisans - you'll find all this and more on Vermont's byways.

Visit the official State of Vermont Byways website at or download your map here.  

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