Guiding you to the best of everything in Vermont for over 30 years! Although Exploreras Guide Vermont covers the entire Green Mountain State, the authors pride themselves on their detailed coverage of the stateas less-traveled areas, especially the Northeast Kingdom. Youall also find in-depth descriptions of major Vermont destinations like Burlington, Brattleboro, Manchester, and Woodstock. They always highlight the most interesting and rewarding places to visit, whether on back roads or in bigger citiesaartistsa studios, family farms, and historic sites among them. This guide provides great recommendations for every activity youare looking foramountain and road biking; hiking and swimming; skiing, snowshoeing, and snowboarding; horseback riding, fishing, and paddlingaand many more, both on and off the beaten track.In the 1920s and a#39;30s cars became affordable (between 1908 and 1927, 15 million Ford Model Ta#39;s were produced) and ordinary folks ... Site of one of the statea#39;s first rural traffic lights, ita#39;s midway between Brattleboro (20 miles) and Bennington (21 miles). ... snowboarding; local Olympian Kelly Clark won the gold in the halfpipe in 2002, the first woman gold medalist in snowboarding in the Winter Olympics.
|Title||:||Explorer's Guide Vermont (Fourteenth Edition) (Explorer's Complete)|
|Author||:||Christina Tree, Alice Levitt|
|Publisher||:||The Countryman Press - 2015-05-04|