Vermont Stone Trail

A Visitor’s Guide to Granite, Marble and Slate in the Green Mountain State

Abundant deposits of granite, marble and slate have helped develop Vermont’s successful quarrying and manufacturing industry. Many attractions and destinations tied to these valued resources beckon to be explored by visitors looking for historical, artistic, cultural and recreational experiences. The Vermont Stone Trail guide includes descriptions of 95 sites along the trail, including popular destinations such as the Bennington Battle Monument State Historic Site, the Norcross-West Quarry in Dorset and the Rock of Ages Visitor Center in Barre. These and other attractions invite travelers to visit museums and sculpture parks, or explore old quarries on foot or by mountain bike.

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The Vermont Stone Trail guide offers maps, photos and descriptions of 95 visitor friendly sites that tell the story of the granite, marble and slate mining industries in the state.

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Find geographical locations and descriptions for each of the sites along the Vermont Stone Trail on an easy to use Google Map.

Official Vermont Vacation Guide Summer 2020

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