See Vermont on the roadways that wind through the mountains and meet in the valleys. These are the roads that take travelers through Vermont's forests and farmland to historic villages and towns that are vibrant hubs of culture, commerce and recreation. Vermont's 10 designated byways range in length from 14 miles to more than 400 miles and offer access to museums, art galleries, antique auctions and curio shops. Trail heads, swimming holes, waterfalls, hikes and valley views await travelers at every bend.
For information about exploring Vermont’s byways by rail, visit the Vermont By Train page. Touring in an electric car? Use the Public Charging Map to stay charged and ready to explore.
VERMONT BYWAY MAP
Vermont's 10 federally designated scenic byways are are some of the best ways to see the state. From winding roads through charming downtowns to scenic drives through the Green Mountains, find your next adventure along a Vermont byway route.
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