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Your Vermont vacation

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.

Best time to take a vacation to Vermont

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.

Insider tips for Vermont travel

Rock of Ages Granite Quarries (Graniteville)

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.

Seyton Lodge State Park

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.

Trapp Family Lodge (Stowe)

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.

Fisk Quarry (Isle LaMotte)

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.

Northern Lights Rock and Ice

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.

* Prices reflect the lowest "base rate" found over the next 30 days. Rates are subject to change and may not include taxes and fees, hotel service charges, extra person charges, or incidentals, such as room service. All rates are displayed in USD unless otherwise noted. Converted rates are provided for your convenience. They are based on today's exchange rate, but the hotel will charge you in the local currency.