There’s always more of Vermont to discover, with hidden attractions and gems waiting off the beaten path. These resources are your guide to explore more of what Vermont has to offer. Start your treasure hunt today.
Think you’ve “been there, done that”? Check for yourself with this printable list of Vermont adventures. (Hint: it’s perfect for your glove box.)
Exploring every inch of Vermont starts here. The 251 Club, named after Vermont’s 251 towns, was established to get to know the “real” Vermont.
With more breweries per capita than any other state, taste the full spectrum of Vermont’s craft brews, from IPAs to blondes and stouts. This collection of regional and themed beer trails will get you started.
Vermont Chocolate Trail
Indulge in Vermont’s chocolate scene with decadent, handcrafted, small-batch treats. Dip into 15+ stops around the state with the Vermont Chocolate Trail.
A Guide to Vermont Wines
Vermont winemakers blend hardy grapes fit for a four-season climate with classic imports for flavorful wine. Taste the Green Mountain terroir in specialty pours like ice wine, where frozen fruit becomes a dessert drink.
Distilled Spirit Tasting
Farm-to-table distilled spirits are best enjoyed in Vermont, where small-batch makers infuse spirits with fresh-from-the-land flavors like honey and maple.
Vermont Cheese Trail
The Vermont Cheese Trail introduces you to more than 45 award-winning cheesemakers who produce over 150 small-batch, sheep, cow and goat specialty cheeses.
Vermont Maple Creemee Trail
Vermont maple creemees are classic summer treats, thick and sweet and refreshing. Find a creemee stand near you, or set out to sample them all!
Vermont has more than 100 covered bridges, ranging from small constructions built over country streams, to the longest two-span covered bridge in the world.
The best way to experience Vermont is to leave the highways and travel the secondary roads. Visit historic downtowns and stop wherever catches your eye. Adventure is calling.
Vermont’s Historic Downtowns
Vermont is home to 23 historic downtowns, rich with culture, beautiful architecture and the chance to immerse yourself in the experience of Vermont’s communities and villages.