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Only a 2-hour drive from Montréal QC, with Vermont's largest city (Burlington), largest lake (Champlain), and rural Northeast Kingdom, Northern Vermont has variety.



The largest city in Vermont is a town of only about 50,000 population, but in this state, small is beautiful. Burlington's situation on the shores of Lake Champlain brings it extra attractiveness and aquatic sports opportunities as well. More...


Capital of the state of Vermont, Montpelier is a pleasant small city with an impressive capitol building and some good restaurants. Nearby Barre has great granite quarries and the most amusing cemetery in the nation. More...

Northeast Kingdom

There's nothing royal about this region's small, untouristy farming villages, but it is home to Circus Smirkus, Vermont's own internationally-renowned youth circus and summer circus camp. More...

St Johnsbury

Largest town in the Northeast Kingdom, St Johnsbury, "the place where rivers and people come together," has several fine institutions you may want to visit. More...


There is definitely a European feeling in Stowe, the feeling one has in some tiny Austrian village amid emerald-green rolling hills, winding roads, and steep slopes. More...

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Vermont Dairy Cattle

A common sight throughout Vermont:
dairy cattle.



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