Explore Vermont from Mountain to Main Street
Manchester boasts small-town charm with big-city style. Steeped in history, Manchester is the southernmost destination on the African American Heritage Trail. Take a stroll on the marble sidewalks, visit historic sites and museums, experience flourishing art galleries, boutique shopping, and luxury accommodations, and enjoy award-winning cuisine.
Our Top PicksOutdoor Recreation
Stratton Mountain Resort; Viking Nordic Center; The Golf Club at The Equinox
The Wilburton Inn; Reluctant Panther Inn and Restaurant; Casablanca Motel; Inn at Manchester
Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home; Southern Vermont Arts Center; Mount Equinox Sky Drive
Johnny Seesaw’s; Al Ducci’s Italian Pantry; Union Underground; Ye Olde Tavern
Manchester Designer Outlets; Manchester Woodcraft; Northshire Bookstore; Vermont Country Store; Orvis
MAD RIVER VALLEY
Warren and neighboring Waitsfield are the perfect home bases for your Mad River Valley getaway. Explore the landscape of mountains and hillside farms as you take in the culture and community. Shop for antiques, sip a craft beer or experience an authentic farm-to-table meal; Vermont’s Mad River Valley has it all.
Sugarbush Resort; Warren Falls; Blueberry Lake Trails
Sugar Lodge at Sugarbush; West Hill House B&B; Warren Lodge; 1824 House Inn & Barn
Salt & Sand Studios; Blockhouse Studio; Warren Covered Bridge; Moosewalk Studios and Gallery
Warren Store; Mad River Taste Place; Lawson’s Finest Liquids
Clearwater Sports; Alpine Options; Upstairs at the Warren Store
Frequently named among the most beautiful towns in America, Woodstock is home to the only national park in Vermont. Take in the area’s natural beauty along one of the town’s expansive trail networks or at one of the town’s historic covered bridges. Relax in the village green or take a stroll down Main Street where you’ll find local artists, craftspeople, and purveyors that capture the Vermont spirit.
Saskadena Ski Area; Woodstock Nordic Center; Mt. Tom & Mt. Peg Trails
The Woodstock Inn & Resort; 506 On the River Inn; The Woodstocker B&B; Woodbridge Inn
Billings Farm & Museum; Sugarbush Farm; Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park
The Prince & The Pauper; Simon Pearce Restaurant; Worthy Kitchen
ShopSimon Pearce Flagship Store; Vermont Flannel Company; Danforth Pewter; Clover Gift Shop; FH Gillingham and Sons
Located at the foot of Vermont’s highest peak, Stowe is a premier four-season destination. With more than 60 unique shops and 40 local restaurants, there are many ways to experience Stowe. Its world-class outdoor recreation paired with historical and cultural experiences make Stowe a distinctive New England destination.
Our Top Picks
Stowe Mountain Resort; Trapp Family Lodge Outdoor Center; Stowe Recreation Path; Cady Hill Forest
Trapp Family Lodge; Brass Lantern Inn B&B; Commodores Inn; The Lodge at Spruce Peak; Green Mountain Inn
Stowe Bowl; Vermont Ski & Snowboard Museum; Helen Day Art Center; Spa at Stoweflake; Percy Farm Corn Maze; Umiak Outdoor Outfitters
Sunset Grille & Tap Room; Idletyme Brewing Co.; Piecasso Pizzeria & Lounge; Tres Amigos; Doc Ponds; Cork Restaurant and Natural Wine Shop
ShopStowe Mercantile; Laughing Moon Chocolates; Shaw’s General Store; Pinnacle Ski and Sports; Remarkable Things at Stowe Craft
Nestled in Vermont’s beautiful Northeast Kingdom, Burke is a cozy vacation spot surrounded by the breathtaking vistas of the rugged north. Burke and its surrounding villages offer hearty and delicious local fare, the charm of a small New England town, and a world-class ski and ride experience.
Our Top Picks
Burke Mountain Resort; Kingdom Trails; Vermont Association of Snow Travelers trails
Burke Mountain Resort; Darling Hill Inn; The Inn at Mountain View Farm
Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium; St. Johnsbury Athenaeum; Dog Mountain
Burke Publick House; Café Lotti
Moose River Lake and Lodge Store; Boxcar and Caboose Bookstore; Natural Provisions; Northeast Kingdom Country Store
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