Vermont is full of natural wonder and beauty. From Lake Champlain in the West to the green mountains of the South, Vermont has everything for those who love the outdoors. It also full of interesting people to make everything the landscape has to offer that much more spectacular.
The sugar maple is the state tree for good reason; maple syrup is delicious. And it isn’t just for breakfast anymore. It’s also popular for ice cream, countless desert and candy, curing vegetables and, yes, even for distilling bourbon. You didn’t think maple syrup was the state’s top crop just because of pancakes and waffles did you??
Visitors come from miles across the nation to experience Vermont in the fall not just for the clean autumn air or the crisp seasonal produce, but also for the unmatched foliage colors. It was because of Vermont leafing became an annual tradition for many. Come October every year, the countryside is set afire with blazes of yellow, orange and red. Splashes of color splatter the landscape as far as the eye could see.
It might be known as the ‘Green Mountain’ state, but come wintertime, Vermont becomes the White Mountain state. So after you’ve experienced the most spectacular splashes of fall colors possible in one place, strap into your bindings to carve up some of the freshest powder you could imagine. The birthplace of modern snowboarding, Londonderry Vermont is where Jake Carpenter the first snowboard shop, selling Burton snowboards. Pioneered right on the slopes of Magic Mountain, snowboarding became to passion of millions across the globe. And all thanks to the creativity snowy southern Vermont could inspire.