The Crossroad of Vermont Byway
For a classic Vermont excursion, plan on at least a day to cover this 50-mile, east-west route across mid-Vermont.
Visitors discover Vermont's historic relationship to the land at places like the Billings Farm & Museum, a working 1890's dairy farm, and the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park, the only national park to tell the story of conservation history. And for the remarkable resources beneath the land’s surface, the Vermont Marble Museum provides a rich history of the state’s marble industry.
Recreational resources abound all along the Byway, for both the active or passive traveler. Killington and Mendon provide four-season mountain activities, and there are hundreds of scenic views along the Ottauquechee River.
Cities, towns and villages offer a huge range of restaurant choices and lodgings, as well as galleries, breweries, specialty shops, theater and music. During the warmer months there are a variety of outdoor festival and concerts.
CROSSROAD OF VERMONT BYWAY MAP
Find your way east to west along this 50-mile designated byway and discover world-class dining, beautiful views and ample spots to stop and take in the beauty of Vermont.
History & Heritage
Like Woodstock, pictured here, the towns themselves are full of history. Keep an eye out for old mill buildings located along rivers to access water power, and stately buildings that may have been the homes of mill owners. For more history, be sure to visit the region's excellent history museums.
Learn more about some of the Crossroad of Vermont communities and regions: Hartford, Woodstock, Killington, Mendon, and Rutland.