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  • Stowe is at the centre of Vermont's ski region

The teeming, verdant forests of Vermont with blazing fall foliage, winter ski hills, blueberry summer pies and proud New Englanders make this land of freshly starched towns, charming country lanes and dairy farms one of the most picturesque of the region. Vermont is made up of the southern part sandwiched by historic Bennington on the west and Brattleboro on the east; an area which was instrumental in Vermont’s Revolutionary War and path to independence. A tapestry of dramatic peaks and undulating green fields dotted with cattle and organic farms in the middle and the north, home to the state capital, mini but mighty, Montpelier. Hike the Long Trail through the unspoiled and protected centre or spoil yourself at a romantic inn found in an endless array of gentle towns surrounded by pristine forests, free of advertising billboards, which are banned in Vermont.

Stowe is the quintessential and fabled spot to ski in winter or spa in style year-round. The clear lakes and rivers are havens for boaters, swimmers, or fishing enthusiasts and driving or cycling the 14,000 miles of quiet roads through Vermont’s 80% forested landscape are hard to do without stopping for photos. Colonial-era houses in villages framed by mountains, serving local cheeses with maple syrup drizzled on top, local salmon or lake trout from Lake Champlain or tender quail or pheasant from the forests satisfy the most salacious taste buds. Vermont in fact means green mountains, monts verts in French, and the influence of neighbour Quebec adds a special charm to this state of unspoiled scenery and simple pleasures.

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