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Rutland, Vermont - Nearby Destinations

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  • Bennington

Strolling through Bennington is like stepping back in time to an era of covered bridges, steepled white churches, and gracious Victorian homes with verandas overlooking a vast and mountainous beyond. Fall is a beloved season here when the woodlands are ablaze in fiery reds and shimmering yellows. Bennington wouldn't be part of Vermont if it didn't offer a full spectrum of outdoor fun, including skiing, golfing, camping, swimming, fishing, mountain biking and snowmobiling.

  • Green Mountains

Vermont is spliced down the middle by the Green Mountains, which run through two-thirds of the state in the north-south direction. Their highest peak is Mount Mansfield at 4235 feet. The 370,000-acre Green Mountain National Forest that gives Vermont most of its outdoor pleasures has nearly 500 miles of trails riveting through the mountains, affording hikers spectacular views and a passageway to the Appalachian Trail. Tourists travel for many miles to play in this area rich with recreational resources. They come to ski the mountains, hike the trails, paddle the waterways, and relax with country-style comforts. Quaint villages dot the region, blessed with New England charm.

  • Killington

While other towns in the Northeast hibernate under the snow, Killington charges forward with a verve that dynamos through the village. Approaching Seven mountains stand with majesty at the gateway to the heart of Vermont. Palatial resorts hug the mountainside offering world class skiing in winter and great hiking, mountain biking and scenery in summer.

  • Mount Snow

Mount Snow, one of 80 mountaintops in Vermont that peers out from an altitude of more than 3000 feet, blossoms with year-round activity. It is most popular in fall when the leaves are ablaze, and in winter when skiers zip down the slopes over a blanket of white. Located in the small town of West Dover, Mount Snow is one of the most active ski areas in Vermont. The Main Mountain is the focus of most of the downhill activity, but four smaller hills constitute an excellent course for varying skill levels, including beginners and children.

  • Warren / Waitsfield

Warren, a community of 1,200 residents, is home to Sugarbush Ski Resort and big time fun. Warren and sister hamlet, Waitfield, are in the Mad River Valley of Vermont. Pastoral maybe, boring never. There are shops and restaurants for every need. Activity is paramount here. If skiing is not the sport of choice, there are many others to choose from. Canoeing and kayaking is an adventure in the springtime when the waters swell, and the soft mumbling of the river invite anglers for a peaceful day of fly fishing.

  • White River Junction

The Connecticut and White Rivers converge in White River Junction. The Junction connects five towns from two states (Hartland; Norwich, Vermont; Hanover; Lebanon; and Plainfield, New Hampshire). The area is characterized by rich farmlands, dating back for two centuries. Because of its ideal location for travel stopovers, White River Junction has a number of successful hotels, motels and eateries. White River Junction also offers some playgrounds for boaters, hikers and anglers.

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