Mountain biking in Vermont offers an immersive outdoor experience and the chance to leave behind the ordinary. Inside this month’s Staytripper, learn about Vermont’s trails, watering holes and two-wheeled adventure.
Take a Virtual Vermont Vacation
Virtual vacations are a far cry from real ones, but these ways to enjoy Vermont from home can help tide you over as we await the possibility of IRL travel.
Hope Springs Up
April in Vermont is a hopeful time, with baby animals, longer days and warmer weather. Along with consistently positive news about the pandemic, this spring may mean the return of more of the Vermont activities we love.
Vermont Chefs on How to Use Maple
Who better than a Vermont chef to explore creative, unexpected uses for Vermont maple syrup? Learn new ways to use Vermont’s sweetest product in your kitchen and get some new recipes.
Dive into February
Cross-country skiing, inspirational virtual events and new ways to look at the beauty of our surroundings in nature await in the midst of this unconventional February. Explore ways to find your groove.
Vermont Maple for the Whole Family
Vermont maple products are kitchen staples, adding sweetness and delight to dishes from breakfast to dessert and all kinds of snacks in between. Find your family's next favorite way to use Vermont maple.
Winter Hiking Safety Tips From a VT Search and Rescue Coordinator
Winter hiking is among the best ways to enjoy the beauty and solitude of the season. Before you go, brush up on safety tips from the experts.
The state’s continued response to COVID-19 means shifting travel guidance and the possibility of more to enjoy about the beautiful Green Mountains. Check out this month’s guide to what’s going on.
The Joy of November
Vermont’s November is a shoulder month, between the richest fall color and the brightest, sparkliest snow. Find some of the best ways to enjoy it with this month’s Staytripper guide from Seven Days.
Reasons to Visit Vermont in the Winter
Craft breweries, artisanal cheeses and 3 more.
FIND YOUR DECEMBER
This December may be unconventional in Vermont, but no less magical. As the state continues to respond to COVID-19, find your December joy with this month’s Staytripper from Vermont’s Seven Days.
ONE DESTINATION FOR THREE GENERATIONS
Stowe, Vermont is for skiers, non-skiers, families and more.
Vermont Map Celebrates Each Town
After a quest to visit all 251 towns and cities in Vermont, a family worked together to design this map with each town's welcome signs highlighted. The map is available for purchase here.
Shop Vermont This Valentine’s Day
Vermont chocolates, maple syrup, home goods and jewelry all make wonderful gifts for your other half this Valentine’s Day. Inside, six ways to shop Vermont this year.
Explore Vermont's Black History This Year
Virtual events, meetings, readings and storytelling, as well as in-person stops for those able to visit, await as we spend February honoring Vermont's Black history.
Make the Most of the Season
For non-skiers or –riders, Vermont offers the chance to enjoy a classic New England winter. Here are a few suggestions about where to stay and what to do.
Five Resources to Plan Your Trip to Vermont
Planning for future travel can boost your mood and give you something to look forward to. As you plan for future travel to Vermont, use these five resources to find inspiration.
Heading Outside in January
Snow is here to stay for another few months, so it’s time to get outside and make the most of it. Vermont weekly Seven Days explores pandemic-safe ways to enjoy this particularly isolated January.
A Guide to Skiing in Vermont
Regardless of your experience level, there is a mountain calling your name.
Favorite Fall Activities for the Whole Family
A Vermont fall offers something to enjoy for the whole family, from pick-your-own orchards to delicious doughnuts and seasonal treats to exploring a Vermont corn maze. Vermont’s 251 Club members share in-cider secrets for a great fall vacation.
Fall For Vermont’s Historic Sites
Fall is the perfect backdrop to take in the captivating stories of Vermont’s beginnings. Vermont State Historic Sites Section Chief Tracy Martin outlines COVID-safe ways to experience Vermont’s history this fall.
THE BEST TIME OF YEAR IN VERMONT
For Vermonters, fall is for craft cider and cheese—with a view.
Quintessential Vermont's Sweet Surprise
Superb skiing, robust autumn foliage and rich cheese provide a taste of Vermont, but the real sweetness comes in its maple syrup.
FALL MEANS FAMILY FUN
A Vermont fall has something for every member of the family to enjoy, from delicious seasonal treats to showstopping fall foliage. We checked in with KidsVT’s managing editor to get her top tips on enjoying fall as Vermont continues to respond to COVID-19.
ROAM NORTHERN VERMONT
Road tripping is one of the best and most accessible ways to take in the beauty of a Vermont autumn. Vermont’s 251 Club members suggest routes and stops in northern Vermont.
FOLIAGE: THE INSIDE SCOOP
Vermont’s 251 Club members aim to visit all 251 towns and cities in the state, giving them the inside perspective on where to see the best fall foliage. Check out their recommendations inside.
When Fall Arrives, Vermont Comes Alive
The nights are cooler and the days are shorter, and that means the trees in this part of the world are kicking it up several notches.
September Adventures in Vermont
Vermont weekly Seven Days breaks down some of the adventures to be had in Vermont in September, as summer prepares to hand over the landscapes to fall, including adventure dinners, fly fishing, and adventures at northern Vermont’s Quimby Country.
It’s Time for October
October in Vermont is among the best times of year to take in the beauty of the state as the Green Mountains take on hues of crimson, orange and gold. Seven Days’ guide to enjoying October 2020 ranges from delicious apples to spooky season haunts to one-of-a-kind ways to get outside.