Mostly rural and these days famously crunchy, its a Green Mountain State full of farms, B&B's, covered bridges, skiing, maple sugaring, and of course some of America's fabbest fall foliage.

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Biking tours cited in 'In the USA this Fall, Combine Foliage with Adventure'

Dan and Mary Stroudt oooh and aaah at the multicolored scenery below the hot air balloon in which they’re riding. The journey is very different for Mark and Marylee Sutherland as they help to paddle a rubber raft along a stretch of whitewater in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Betsy Goodman and Tom Cross are traveling at a slower pace, strolling across a glass-bottom observation deck. These disparate experiences may seem to have little in common, but they do. They provide…

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A look at the USA's gorgeous 'Green Mountain State'

  Autumn is right around the corner, and what better moment to talk about the northeastern USA's diminutive "Green Mountain State" (its second smallest, in fact - just 160 miles/260 kilometers long and 130 mi./80km  wide)? Tucked away amid the six states of the New England region, Vermont is known for its quirky, individualist, and progressive vibe, and it also packs a lot of appeal into its small package beyond just some of the world's loveliest fall foliage, and it's just a three-hour drive…

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The best of Stowe at Topnotch Resort

Northern Vermont's Stowe region embodies what comes to mind when envisioning a quintessential Green Mountain getaway. Beyond its renown as “ski capital of the east" surrounded by wide open meadows and working farms nestled among rolling mountains that rise up in every direction, this region is the epicenter of VT craft-food producers ranging from household names like Cabot and Ben & Jerry's to local favorites like Cold Hollow Cider Mill and Vermont Artisan Coffee & Tea. Can't miss eateries like…

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  • It's already pretty late in the game, but the Burlington Free Press recently ran a piece (reposted here on on where to find Vermont's best fall foliage - and if you can't make it on such short notice - bookmark this for '23!
  • An interesting New York Times piece from a month ago about the comeback of the Ascutney ski resort in southern Vermont, closed because of erratic snowfall and mismanagement in 2010, then brought back by local townspeople themselves using sustainable, volunteer-driven,nonprofit methods, expanding activities to adapt to climate change and so forth: (and if you find it behind a paywall, it was reprinted at
  • Come and ski with us! Vermontology’s “Ski Vermont” package is a 4-day 5-night skiing/snowboarding tour that includes both Killington and Pico mountains. With this package, customers will be driven to each resort in our tour van (6 customers max), staying each night at the Summit Lodge in Killington, VT. Lift tickets, three-course dinners, full breakfasts, and transportation from hotel to the mountain are included. Killington and Pico resorts are close to each other, so we can drive you to either one. The choice is yours!

  • Welcome to Vermontology!

    We offer 5-day guided tours (10 customers at a time) across the state of Vermont. Explore scenic roadways, historical locations, charming villages, local attractions, fall foliage, and the best skiing on the East Coast! Our vacation packages include full breakfast, three-course dinners, and B&B lodging, providing the quintessential Vermont experience for each and every customer.

     Packages start at $799.
  • Good deal. I never stayed at Silas Griffith but I hear it's real nice. 

  • Discover Vermont through a scenic drive. Experience quaint towns rich in history, down-home hospitality and a diverse range of recreation opportunities in's newest drives through the Green Mountains, the Champlain Islands and Champlain Valley.

  • Hello, I am a spanish journalist with an assigned story on Vermont. I am looking for a luxury or first class hotel which would want to be featured in Travel Time Magazine.

  • Janice, this sounds like it was a great place for Paula Poundstone's act. I regret I wasn't there.
  • White River Junction, Vermont is a charming historical railroad town with some new tricks.
    A Whistle Stop in White River Junction, Vermont
    An Historical Railroad Town Has Some New Tricks As busy self-employed consultants, we’re finding it more difficult than ever to take tra...
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