Head to Smugglers’ Notch for a December to Remember

Skiing at Smugglers’ Notch is the perfect start to a wonderful winter adventure. Add all the other resort amenities, from FunZone for the kids, to tubing & snowmobiling, and you more…

A Fun-filled December Is Waiting for You at Stratton

Now that the ski season is off to a roaring start, it’s time to plan a December get-away to Stratton. In addition to some of the best skiing in the more…

Welcome the Ski Season with Special Savings at Smugglers’ Notch

Opening day at Smugglers’ Notch is Friday, Nov. 29. Why not welcome the season with a special Thanksgiving weekend away? Make reservations by Nov. 15, stay 3 or more days, more…

Stratton Mountain Invites You to Mark Your Calendar

If you are a ski fanatic, you look forward to the end of November as the kick-off of ski season in Vermont. As always, Stratton Mountain embraces this tradition and more…

Peter Havens Restaurant in Brattleboro, VT

Peter Havens Restaurant in Brattleboro: A New Favorite

On a recent Saturday night we wanted a spot for a congratulatory dinner for my daughter who had just landed a wonderful job.  A golfing buddy of my husband’s recommended more…

The Vermont African American Heritage Trail

Would you be surprised to learn that Vermont played a significant role in the African American history of this country?  I dare say most people would find that surprising.  That’s more…

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Thank You 2019 Leaf Squad

The Vermont.com Foliage Reports are provided by volunteer members of our Leaf Squad from around the state, and by the Vermont Dept of Tourism. We hope you've enjoyed reading this more…

2019/10/23 - End of Foliage Season, near Weston, VT - by Renee-Marie Smith

2019 Foliage Season Wrap-up

October 31, 2019 We are "past peak" throughout the state now, with a only few hidden pockets of color left. Any remaining color won't last long, and as we move more…

2019/10/23 - End of Foliage Season - by Renee-Marie Smith

Foliage Report: October 28, 2019

We enjoyed a spectacular foliage season in Vermont this year. By now, most of the state is considered "past peak," with a only few hidden pockets of color left. Any more…

Vermont Farming Traditions and the Locavore Movement

Vermont has a strong farming tradition that continues today.  The majority of Vermont’s farms are family-owned and operated, many of which have been passed down through generations. Dairy is the more…

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