Spending Cool Summer Days in Southern Vermont:
As the temperature rises to an average 79 degrees in the summer months, Southern Vermont explodes with town and county fairs, weekend festivals, concerts and special events.
In addition to these events there are always mountain trails to explore, whether on foot, bike or horseback - guaranteed breathtaking views.
Spring in Southern Vermont:
In Vermont Spring has many names: mud season, quite season, stick season; but it is just as beautiful and breathtaking as the fall. As the snow melts, plants and flowers begin to burst with color.
The wildlife awakens from their winter nap and birds return. This is the best time to see a moose or bear. Cool and clear nights offer some of the best astrological delights.
Breathtaking Fall in Southern Vermont:
The fall is a special time of the year in Southern Vermont. During the early part of September, the shorter days and cooler temperatures signal the trees to prepare for winter. After a long warm and sunny summer the trees reward Vermonters and visitors alike with a breathtaking burst of colors.
The Colors, brilliant shades of red yellow, and orange begin to appear at the higher elevations and moves southward through the Green Mountains throughout the month October.
Southern Vermont in the Winter:
Feel the magnificence of Vermont in the winter. The crystal clear skies allow for astonishing starry nights. Drive along half-frozen rivers on meandering roads that lead to historic snow covered villages and majestic mountains.
Southern Vermont is home to some of the best ski resorts in New England. Whether reminiscing your youth at Mt. Snow and Haystack, rise above the clouds at Stratton, or enjoy a sunny after noon at Bromley. Southern Vermont Ski areas have it all. Downhill Skiing not for you - how about snow shoeing, ice skating, ice fishing, sleigh rides, cross-country skiing.
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