Spring

Spring Field in Vermont

Spring Sensations

Melting snow, increasing hours of sunshine, budding leaves, and of course, the sweet smell of maple emanating from sugarhouses...welcome to spring-time in Vermont. Late March through early June offers a majestic shift from winter's whites to verdant regrowth and renewed energy; it's an invigorating time to be in Vermont.
Features
Feeding the Fire

Sugaring Season
When asked to what she owes her success, Vermont's own two-time Olympic Medal Winner Hannah Teter said, "It's the syrup baby!" We couldn't agree more.
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Come and Mountain Bike Vermont

Road & Mountain Biking
Vermont rocks when it comes to the challenge and fun of fat-tire biking! Several mountain biking centers and trail systems regularly yield North America's top accolades, offering trails for beginners to champions, lift-served vertical and even slopestyle trails. Road biking is a much revered sport among Vermonters and travelers, as touring the state or doing 10, 50, 100 mile loops is stunning and easily managed; inns and scenic villages making for idyllic rest breaks along the way.

Enjoy Vermonts Fresh Food

Flavors of the Country 
More than 60 statewide farmer's markets offer bustling commerce and entertainment;  artists, craftspeople, gardeners, farmers and chefs come together weekly for this Vermont tradition. They are much revered meeting places for family and friends. Read more

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sap to syrup

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Maple Facts
•  It takes about 40 gallons of sap to make a gallon of syrup.
•  Vermont maple syrup is, by law, 100% pure. Meaning - you're getting absolutely, positively nothing but syrup.
•  Vermont syrup comes in four grades. Fancy, Grade A Medium Amber, Grade A Dark Amber and Grade B.
•  Vermont produces more than a third of the nation's annual crop of syrup.
To learn more about sugaring, visit the Vermont Maple Web site maintained by the Vermont Sugarmakers Association. Or, to plan a visit to Vermont during Sugaring Season, click here.

 

Other Spring Links
Farmers Markets
Vermont Maple Association
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