Scenic Route 100 Byway
The View from Vermont's Main Street
The Byway also provides top-notch dining and lodging, ample opportunities to explore history and culture, and shopping for one-of-a-kind art, craft and hand-crafted fine and rustic furniture. Take your time exploring all 146 miles of discoveries the Scenic Route 100 Byway has to offer.
SCENIC ROUTE 100 BYWAY MAP
Find your way around the Scenic Route 100 Byway, stretching from north to south, using this map. Click to explore the towns along the byway and find new adventure.
History & Heritage
One of the Byway's most acclaimed historic sites is the preserved, pristine hill town of Plymouth Notch, home to the 30th President of the United States, Calvin Coolidge. It's now a state historic site, and the school he attended in nearby Ludlow is now a museum. Explore Vermont's routes along the Scenic Route 100 Byway.
Along the Scenic Route 100 Byway, visitors will find a full range of accommodations, from mountain resorts, hotels and motels to inns, B&Bs and farmstays. Each Vermont lodging property offers a different experience, but all offer world-class amenities, hospitality and scenic beauty. Plan your trip.
Arts & Culture
Opportunities abound to visit galleries and shops featuring handmade furniture, ceramic wares, antiques and contemporary art. There’s also the oldest craft school in America, live theater venues, and classical music. However you choose to experience it, Vermont's Scenic Route 100 Byway promises inspiration.
Route 100: Skiers' Highway
If there's anywhere to find ski culture, it's Vermont. Stretching from north to south, the scenic Route 100 byway runs past some of the finest skiing anywhere. Check out this documentary from Vermont Tourism and Head, starring ski pros Aaron Blunck and Ian Morrison.