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Summer is all about natural surroundings, the most unique artists and musicians of the day, the timeless downtowns dotting Vermont's famous landscape, the season's freshest local foods, wines and beer, and of course having a lot of fun! Summers are custom-made for discovering both yourself and the amazing natural world around you.
So pack your summer gear, and let Orbitz guide you. Our insiders share Vermont travel tips, including top 10 attractions, the best time to go and insider gems.
In the winter, trade your Birkenstocks for snowshoes, skis and ice skates. Snow activities are abundant November through the early spring, when Stowe, Sugarbush, Magic Mountain and Mad River Glen fill with trailblazers. Autumn draws crowds to its amazing gold, scarlet and orange landscape in September and October, and many ski resorts open their chairlifts for viewings. Plan well in advance, this is Vermont's peak season.
To explore Vermont’s quant cities and villages, travel between late spring and early fall to check out artisan farms and historic points of interest including museums and vineyards.
Test your limits and climb rock and ice walls, ride the zip wire, and push yourself through skill courses. In winter, cross-country ski or go snow tubing.
See fossils of prehistoric sea life at the one of the oldest (over 450 million years!) coral reefs in the world. Bring a picnic lunch for a day of family fun.
Deep in the Groton State Forest on the shores of Noyes Pond, this gem is ideal for cross-country skiing, hiking, fishing, boating and swimming.
See how granite is cut, polish and sculpted, and take a tour of world’s largest active granite quarry. Kids (and grownups) can sandblast their own stone souvenirs.
Just when you think a mountain setting with cross-country trails is cinematic enough, the plot thickens: The resort's very own Trapp family inspired the film The Sound of Music.
Killington's only full-service mountainside hotel features hotel rooms, studios, suites and penthouses with convenient ski-bridge access to the slopes mid-winter. In the summer, the first tee of the Killington Golf Course is only 200 yards from the front door. A wide... More
Vermonters are known for being independent, together. And like Vermont, Hotel Vermont is full of compatible contradictions. Located in downtown Burlington near the shores of Lake Champlain, were rustic and modern, local and global, natural and sophisticated, hand wrought... More
Warm and rustic is a great way to describe the Days Inn Rutland/Killington Area! If you love outdoor recreation, then you have come to the right place. This lodging is just three miles from Killington Ski Area and less than 15 minutes from museums, golf, hiking and more.... More
The Holiday Inn Express South Burlington is located off of Interstate 89 in South Burlington. Downtown Burlington and the Burlington International Airport are nearby. The hotel offers a free airport shuttle. Rooms include triple-sheeted king, queen or double beds.... More
Guests at the Days Inn Colchester Burlington hotel enjoy budget lodging across the street from St. Michael's College. Downtown Burlington and the Burlington International Airport are a short drive away. The free amenities include high-speed wireless Internet access, a... More
The Inn is located just one mile from the Killington Ski & Golf Resort and mere minutes from dozens of other activities and attractions. Unsurpassed skiing/riding, golf, hiking, mountain biking, shopping and sightseeing are just a start. You also won't want to miss the... More
The Hilton Burlington hotel overlooks the Lake Champlain waterfront, which is within walking distance. Amenities include an indoor heated swimming pool and Jacuzzi, a 24-hour fitness center and 16,000 square feet of flexible event space. Airport shuttle service is... More
The best skiing, biking, and hiking in the Northeast are only minutes from our pet-friendly Quality Inn of Rutland hotel near Killington Mountain. Fuel up with our free deluxe continental breakfast before your trip to the mountains. Take advantage of our free health and... More
The Rodeway Inn South Burlington is located near downtown Burlington, Shelburne and the Burlington International Airport. The hotel welcomes families, corporate and long-term travelers. Guests enjoy free continental breakfast, free wireless high-speed Internet access and... More
The Quality Inn Colchester is located north of Burlington. The hotel is close to St. Michael's College and the University of Vermont. The 113 rooms include desks, coffee makers, cable TV with movie channels and free high-speed wireless Internet access. Breakfast, coffee... More
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Major mountain zones Stowe, Sugarbush and Mad River Glen are filled with vertical drops, gondolas and cross-country trails. Hit the Catamount Trail for bragging rights – it's the longest ski trail in North America
Hop a ferry from Burlington to this serene oasis between Vermont and New York. Grab your camera: The terrain is surrounded by the Adirondacks and the Green Mountains. For an extra special trip, float over the landscape on a hot air balloon.
Hike the Appalachian Trail in Gifford Woods State Park, which continues on to Maine and Georgia. See blazing oranges, yellows and reds and panoramic views from Deer Leap Mountain via bicycle or chairlift tours.
Take a 30-minute guided tour into the Ben and Jerry’s inner-workings. Learn all about your favorite flavors and then indulge in a (free!) sample.
Bird lovers, this is your stop to learn about owls, eagles, hawks and falcons. The center boasts birds of prey in rampant abundance, along with 20 additional species. Walk the nature trails and migrate to the gift shop for souvenirs.
Urbanites envy the easy streets of Vermont's state capital. Chockfull of bookshops, corner shops and restaurants, the prized New England Culinary Institute gives the city a distinctly cool edge. Walk through a railroad station, Abenaki wigwam and World War II-era living room in the Vermont History Museum.
Take to the grape-laden fields of Boyden Valley, producer of international award-winning wines. Learn about the fermentation process on a winery tour.
Tucked away in the Green Mountains, this castle wows with its 19th-century designs, towering turret, parapet and balcony. View the interiors dressed in European antiques, Chinese scrolls, bronze fireplaces and more. A spooky vibe haunts the castle after-dark with Halloween tours.
Get a firsthand view of the milk-making process from cow to carton. Participate in the interactive activities and historical exhibits.
History buffs and gear-heads get their fix on American Industrial Revolution relics, and a world of machine tools, rifles, measuring devices, a working 19th-century gun shop, and more.
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