Vermont's picturesque charm attracts visitors from all over the country. As the splendor of the country is not limited to fall foliage, tourists can also enjoy ski resorts in winter and hiking trails.and wild trips in summer and spring.
Great experiences you can do in one of the smallest states in America
Mount Mansfield, the highest peak in Vermont, is the perfect place to go if tourists want to relax during the winter holidays. Due to its great skiing, Mount Mansfield is loved by the locals and attracts tourists in the winter. Best enjoyed during the summer is the Gondola Skyride at Stowe Mountain Resort.
It takes visitors almost to the top of the mountain to enjoy stunning panoramic views. Before taking the gondola back to the resort, tourists can go on a day trip along one of the hiking routes. Mount Mansfield is also a sight to behold during autumn and one of the top destinations for foliage hunters.
And there's nothing quite like the 3-mile (4.8 km) marble bridge used by the Island Line Trail to bridge the middle of Lake Champlain.
In certain places, tourists can almost touch the water with their feet. This rail trail begins in Burlington and travels along the Island Line, a railroad built by the Canadian Rutland Railway in 1899 to connect New England to the Great Lakes. Since it was converted into a path for people to walk and bike in the 1980s, the abandoned railway has become one of Vermont's most iconic things to do.
Simon Pearse Pioneer A handcrafted piece of Quechee pottery or glass is another cherished souvenir from a visit there. The artist's flagship store is housed in a restored old woolen mill powered by hydroelectricity by the Otokichi River, making it a tourist destination in its own right.
It also features fine dining at The Mill at Simon Pearce, which has stunning views of a waterfall and covered bridge, as well as a workshop where visitors can watch artisans blow glass items that are sold on the premises.