The Best Place in Vermont is Outside!

Vermont is a fantastic place to be active, no matter your age, and no matter the season. Fall especially is one of my favorite times to get outside with my family, and hiking is a great way to do that. Even small kids can do easier hikes. When I’m out with my kids, they like… Read more »

Drive on Five Back-Country Roads in Vermont

Fall is in the air, and everyone within driving distance is thinking about paying a visit to Vermont. Of course, the idea is to arrive during the elusive peak, when the foliage is at its most colorful. But in fact, the entire fall season is worthwhile, and even if you miss peak, there are hundreds… Read more »

Vermont’s Spookiest Bridge

Come fall, when you think of Vermont, you usually picture dazzling reds, oranges, and yellows brilliantly painted across the landscape. However, there is more to our state than just breathtaking foliage. Beyond the picturesque scenery is a spooky, more mysterious side. One that’s rooted in legend and made up of hauntings and ghostly sightings. These… Read more »

Get Ready for Vermont Foliage Season 2015!

Autumn view from Route 11

  Two Leaf-Peeping Trails You Shouldn’t Miss By Theresa Darling There’s a chill in the morning air and hints of orange-red on the maples. Fall is fast approaching in Vermont and foliage experts are predicting a spectacular color season! That’s because we’ve had a very wet spring and early summer. Trees LOVE those conditions! Some… Read more »