The bestselling guide to the Green Mountain State is back—showcasing what is truly and uniquely Vermont...
Since the first edition of Vermont: An Explorer’s Guide was published nearly 30 years ago, it has offered superior coverage of the Green Mountain State in all of its splendor, from the shores of Lake Champlain to its bustling mountain towns, from its sugar shacks to its ski chalets, and everything in between. This bestselling guide to Vermont is now in its thirteenth edition, having been completely revised and expanded by veteran travel writer, Christina Tree, and coauthor, Rachel Carter. To compile this edition, the authors traveled throughout the state, revisiting hundreds of dining and lodging establishments and have included the best of Vermont in this landmark guide, running the gamut from quaint B&Bs to first class hotels, from the best barbecue joints to haute cuisine.
Vermont: An Explorer’s Guide includes a helpful “What’s Where” guide to acquaint travelers with basic Vermont lore and information on such varied topics as where to find apple orchards, the state’s best breweries, covered bridges, down-home diners, and of course, cheesemakers. The authors have also included extensive coverage of outdoor recreation, cultural opportunities, and agritourism throughout the state; over 100 illuminating photographs and detailed maps; essential travel information; local events and festival listings, and special designations for those sites that are kid-tested or pet friendly. Informative sidebars round out this comprehensive guide, making it possible for travelers to delve deeply into Vermont’s historic and cultural roots.