I’ve been traveling to Vermont for almost 20 years now and I have so many fantastic memories of my times there. I first started my relationship with the Green Mountain state as a teenager when I used to trek up North in an attempt to find the most rigorous and challenging ski trails. With more than 15 different mountains and resorts, Vermont offers a wide variety of options for all kinds of skiers and snowboarders, no matter what your skill level.
While the winter may be my favorite time to visit Vermont, I’ve also had the opportunity to experience it in the autumn and summer. I can honestly say that New England during the height of fall foliage is something that everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime. The views of the rolling mountains and hills, filled with different hues of yellow, orange and red, are quite breathtaking. Vermont is also a great place to visit in the summer. One of my favorite memories was when I visited my sister in July and we spent the afternoon walking the streets of Burlington before ending the day relaxing in a park that overlooked Lake Champlain.
This week on the blog, we’ll be featuring stories and pictures about Vermont from RCI subscribing members. Be sure to check back throughout the week to get some great ideas and information that can help you plan a trip to the Green Mountain state.