Green Mountain Byway
Extraordinary in Every Way
The Green Mountain Byway travels through the towns of Waterbury and Stowe between the spine of the northern Green Mountains to the west and the peaks of the Worcester Range to the east. Traveling along the Byway provides stunning views of open meadows, farmland and forests, all with a spectacular mountain backdrop. Historic homes, farmsteads, villages, mill sites, the Waterbury Reservoir and three state parks are accessible along the route as is the area’s most prominent natural feature, Mount Mansfield - Vermont’s highest peak - which provides ample opportunities for recreation.
Explore the history of the Green Mountain Byway communities, learn more about four-season recreation activities, discover tastes from farms and local food producers and take in breathtaking views of mountains, forests, farmland, waterfalls and other natural sites.
For entertaining and educational commentary along the way, download the Gypsy Guide before hitting the road. Explore the Green Mountain Byway as though a personal tour guide were leading the way. Download the Vermont Route 100 Byway Gypsy Guide on the App Store or Google Play.
Arts and Culture
An extraordinary range of shops and art galleries – including the Helen Day Art Center – feature art, sculpture, and fine craft. Restaurants and clubs host nightly entertainment during peak seasons, and theater groups and arts venues bring an assorted mix of music, theater, and dance to the area.
Chews & Brews
Pretty much every visit to this region includes a factory tour at Ben & Jerry’s, and cider and donuts at Cold Hollow Cider Mill. Add to that local farmer's markets selling maple syrup any time of year, and restaurants featuring a range of menu choices and you can rest assured that no one goes away hungry.