Northern Vermont

Something for Everyone

Northern Vermont is a four-season destination with big-city amenities, world-class outdoor activities, rural landscapes, miles of open water on lakes and rivers, great shopping and dining, and numerous opportunities for enjoying the arts and history. 

Arts and culture is thriving. Enjoy outdoor concerts, theater performances, gallery openings and local variety shows in cities and towns across the region, or visit cultural and historic sites. Equally rich are the opportunities for shopping and dining. In towns throughout the region you can stroll through farmers markets and gourmet food shops. There are also a large number of restaurants featuring locally grown foods including meats, cheeses, baked goods and confections. 

Outdoorsy? The state's highest mountain, Mt. Mansfield, and perhaps the state's most iconic mountain, Camel's Hump, are havens for outdoor enthusiasts year-round, while the region's many rivers and lakes attract paddlers, boaters and skaters. Bookmark ski resorts in Burke or Jay for jaw-dropping winter sports.
Vermont cheese makers festival in Shelburne, Vermont.

Northern Vermont Events

Events in Northern Vermont range from a Butterflies, Live exhibit, festivals, and corn mazes.

A family descends off Mount Mansfield.


Whether walking in the woods or scrambling up a rock face, the Green Mountains are home to a wide variety of hiking options.

A fly fisherman casts a line into stream.


Whether you fly fish Vermont’s creeks and streams, cast from a boat on Lake Champlain, or fish from shore, fishing is a slower-paced recreational activity – but that doesn’t mean it lacks excitement!

A female hunter aims at her quarry.


Vermont's abundance of game make it one of the top hunting destinations in the Northeast.

Bed & Breakfasts

Bed & Breakfasts

Bed and breakfast's in Vermont offer a unique lodging stay to travelers. Get to know the owner and see what Vermonter's are all about.