In Vermont, one thing is beautifully certain: The seasons will change. And with that change, so does the landscape, the recreation, and the way of life. With every season comes new opportunities to explore the world around you.
In the fall, maple trees burst into vibrant shades of red, orange, and yellow, lighting up Vermont’s mountains. A scenic drive on a back road or a hike among the colorful leaves will immerse you into this leaf peeping season.
Thick blankets of snow open up Vermont’s mountains to skiers, snowshoers, and snowmobilers throughout the winter months. The crackling fire and smores in the lodge bring friends and family together.
With cold nights and warm days, the flow of maple sap is activated, and skiers enjoy corn snow and après under the sun. Late spring blossoms into farmers market season, festivals, and outdoor recreation.
With over 75% of the state forested and 800+ lakes and ponds, Vermont’s lush green mountains are beautiful to view from the top of a peak to the valley floor. Maple creemees and swimming holes await to cool you off this summer.