Vermont Summer Tourism Guide

"Vermont summers are short — and hectic. More friends and relatives tend to show up in the 94 days between the summer solstice and the autumnal equinox than the rest of the year combined. How to direct them to the quintessential Vermont experience? And what exactly would that be: a Ben & Jerry’s factory tour, or a trip to the Bolton Potholes?" writes Paula Routly in Vermont's Alternative Web Weekly, Seven Days. Paula Routly's, A Local Guide to Seizing the Summer in Vermont is the most comprehensive guide I have seen.

Since there's so much information in her guide and website links ... I will leave the rest to you. Please take a peak at all the areas covered in this guide: Burlington, Chittenden County, Shelburne/ Charlotte, Middlebury Area, Mad River Valley, Montpelier/ Barre, Waterbury/ Stowe, Smuggler's Notch, Champlain Islands & Outlying Areas.

Vermont can definitely surprise you!

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