Vermont is the land of flowing maple syrup, stunning fall foliage and of course, lots and lots of snow. We might be the Green Mountain State, but for a good chunk of the year, our mountains are anything but green. Once the snow starts flying, the ice begin coating the branches, and this little state of ours turns into a stunning winter wonderland, adventure is just getting started.
Check the Weather Before You Travel
While Vermont tends to be pretty snowy for quite a while, we also know that the weather here can be unpredictable at best. Before you pack your bags, you’ll want to know if you’re headed for a week of single digit weather, or if there might even be rain in the forecast. Not only can these changing temperatures impact the clothes you might want to bring, but it can also have a serious impact on your outdoor activities.
Vermont Outdoor Winter Activities
Winter and Vermont go hand and hand with snowboarding and skiing, but there’s a ton of other fun to have outside here in this great state. Snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ice skating, and winter hiking are all great ways to stay active and have some extra fun.
Vermont Indoor Winter Activities
If outdoor adventure, cold weather, and long days on the mountain aren’t your thing, Vermont still has plenty to offer you. We are known for a bustling small business culture. Breweries and Cideries often have great tasting rooms with delicious food. Art studios have open hours, shops and boutiques are ready to welcome you, and so much more. Looking to stick close by? Our tavern is always warm and right here waiting!
Winter in Vermont is something special and it’s no wonder every character from every sitcom seems to mention visiting a Bed and Breakfast in Vermont. This is just the perfect place to get away, get cozy, and celebrate the season. We hope to see you soon!