See Vermont on the roadways that wind through the mountains and meet in the valleys. These are the roads that take travelers through Vermont's forests and farmland to historic villages and towns that are vibrant hubs of culture, commerce and recreation. Vermont's 10 designated byways range in length from 14 miles to more than 400 miles and offer access to museums, art galleries, antique auctions and curio shops. Trail heads, swimming holes, waterfalls, hikes and valley views await travelers at every bend.
For information about exploring Vermont’s byways by rail, visit the Vermont By Train page. Touring in an electric car? Use the Public Charging Map to stay charged and ready to explore.
VERMONT BYWAY MAP
Vermont's 10 federally designated scenic byways are are some of the best ways to see the state. From winding roads through charming downtowns to scenic drives through the Green Mountains, find your next adventure along a Vermont byway route.
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A Long Summer Weekend Up North
Vermont's northern region is home to vibrant downtowns, beautiful views and plenty of adventure. This itinerary will help you to plan a trip of your own.
SUMMER IN CENTRAL VERMONT
The region is home to a rich roster of museums and cultural heritage stops and great access to the outdoors. A long summer weekend in central Vermont has a lot to offer.
A Summer Weekend down South
Vermont's southern region is a stronghold of history and culture, as well as home to unique events, bustling downtowns and lots to explore all summer long.
A Long Winter Weekend Up North
Opportunities to experience winter in northern Vermont are as bountiful as the region’s snowfall. Inside, winter experiences both indoors and out.
Your Winter Central Vermont Itinerary
Discover night skiing, the country’s longest ice skating trail, and an interactive science museum for all ages. Inside, your winter guide to the capitol region.
A Winter Retreat in Southern Vermont
Vermont’s history, art, and diverse winter recreation await in the state’s southern region. Here is a curated list of indoor and outdoor activities to inspire your trip.