Web Resources

Winter scene

So much information online!

The following links can be useful for planning your itineraries:

VermontVacation.com's foliage forecaster
Watch the colors change! The Forecaster shows where and when the colors typically
change in Vermont during the foliage season.

VermontVacation.com's foliage reports
The foliage report is updated weekly, starting in mid September. These reports are also
accessible by calling 1-800-VERMONT. This is a great tool for your tour director.

VermontVacatoin.com's travel planner:
You can search the travel planner's categories by requesting Buses Welcome under amenities.

Historic Vermont
The small state of Vermont boasts a rich historical heritage. Ranging from pre-
European encampments, to pivotal Revolutionary War sites and the private 
homesteads of U.S. Presidents; Vermont's State Historic Sites chronicle that
heritage and bring it to you.

Vermont Humanities Council's  (PDF):
The Vermont Humanities Coucil Speakers Bureau program brings over 90 lectures and presentations to communities across the state each year.

Vermont Byways
Vermont byways range from 30 miles in length to over 400 miles in length. Historic sites, cultural experiences, recreational opportunities, incredible scenery and educational opportunities abound along each byway.

Vermont Historic Downtowns
Vermont's authentic and attractive downtowns and villages are widely recognized as a key part of the state’s allure for visitors from around the globe.

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