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A Place All Its Own

Enjoy Vermont Responsibly and Safely

Vermont is a place that's determined by geography and physical boundaries, yes, but also by an idea: That we can define progress any way we like, and that life is better when we slow down, look around, and simply take notice. Here, it's not about what you achieve or acquire, it’s about how unique experiences in nature and around local downtowns make you feel. Vermont… A Place All Its Own.

Uphill Solitary Skier Skinning

Ski and Ride Guidance

Vermont’s ski areas have enacted new measures in accordance with State of Vermont guidance to help everyone stay healthy and reduce the risk of infection.

Admiring the Mountain View while skiing

COVID-19 SAFE TRAVEL GUIDELINES FOR VISTING VERMONT

Vermont is open and ready to welcome visitors, with the health and safety of our guests and residents as our top priority. Our travel map changes weekly, so check the latest information as you plan your trip.

Autumn Lodging by the Fire

WHERE EVERY FALL EVEN THE TREES DROP EVERYTHING

Vermont’s hillsides are overtaken by waves of color. Over the course of September and October, one-by-one, the leaves fall to the ground creating a canvas of color no matter where you look.

Sunrise over a pond in Vermont

WHERE THE END OF THE TRAIL IS ONLY THE BEGINNING

Vermont is home to pristine waters, and vast swathes of uninhabited land, crisscrossed by thousands of miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and more.

Pouring Draft Beer

WHERE THE HAND THAT BREWS IS THE HAND THAT POURS

Our farmers, distillers, and chefs spend their days transforming the bounty of this beautiful land into food and drink that not only tastes delicious, but you can trust is made by hand to the highest quality.

Sun Shines on Child walking to Mother

WHERE SMALL STEPS ARE WORTH CELEBRATING BIG

Whether you’re 9, 39, or 99, Vermont offers experiences to awaken your curiosity and sense of adventure. If it’s just some quiet family time you’re looking for, we’ve got that, too.

Skiing Downhill in Vermont Powder

WHERE IT'S GOOD WHEN EVERYTHING GOES DOWNHILL

With over 50 alpine and cross-country ski areas to choose from, as well as nearly endless backcountry options, Vermont offers an incredible diversity of snow sliding options.