Always in Season
Vermont is a Four-Season Destination
Vermont is a place where spring is sweet. Warmer weather provides soft snow conditions on the mountain and makes for fresh Vermont maple syrup as sap flows from the our maple trees. As new growth buds all over Vermont and wildflowers begin to erupt in the forests and hillsides, it's a great time to plan a visit.
Vermont is a place where summer is serious business. With over 75 percent of the state forested, the mountains are lush with all shades of green. Get outside and try hiking, mountain biking, fishing or camping, embrace the fresh air at one of Vermont's many peaks, or cool off in a mountain stream or waterfall. State parks keep us busy all summer long.
Vermont is a place where every fall, even the trees drop everything. Thanks to dense maple foresting, Vermont's fall foliage offers stunning, eye-catching views from the road or a historic downtown. The cooler, comfortable weather brings a fresh, local harvest and abundant recreation opportunities for a trip to remember.
Vermont is a place where it's good when everything goes downhill. Some say it's the terrain, others, the snowmaking; Vermont is a serious skiing and riding state. The apres is as good as the ski; winter offers beautiful views and a myriad of outdoor activities off mountain – think snowshoeing, ice fishing and world-class performances.
Free Vermont Vacation Guide
Also available online, the Vermont Vacation Guide is filled with insider info to steer your Vermont visit in the right direction.