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Discover Vermont, USA

Discover Vermont USA

Vermont Foliage

Nowhere is the image of New England, its traditions and historic architecture, better preserved than in Vermont. Truly picturesque, some of Vermont's small, quaint villages are nestled between rolling hills which blend into forests and fields. 

The state's stunning fall foliage is the most famous and most photographed in the country and its winter recreation areas are hard to beat. Twenty alpine ski resorts and nearly 50 cross country ski touring centers make Vermont the premiere state for winter recreation in the East. Major resort areas typically offer indoor recreational facilities and health spas in addition to traditional outdoor activities.

Since most towns in Vermont are small (a large percentage of its residents live in communities of less than 2,500 people), it makes for a great relaxing getaway - there are many quaint bed & breakfasts and even condominiums in which to stay. But make sure to call in advance to book a room during peak foliage season - late September/early October - vacancies are often difficult to find! 

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Start researching your trip by visiting the Department of Tourism website, where you can book lodging and discover the different areas of the state.

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Historical Note: On January 17 1777, Vermont was declared an independent republic in a meeting held at Westminster. This independent course, with the little republic minting its own coin and providing postal service, was followed until 1791 when Vermont was admitted to the union, the first state to join the original thirteen.