Northern Vermont Travel Guide – USATODAY

Northern Vermont

Vermont’s northernmost region reveals the state’s greatest contrasts. To the west, Burlington and its suburbs have grown so rapidly that rural wags now say that Burlington’s greatest advantage is that it’s “close to Vermont.” The north country also harbors Vermont’s tiny capital, Montpelier, and its highest mountain, Mt. Mansfield, site of the famous Stowe ski resort. To the northeast of Montpelier is a sparsely populated and heavily wooded territory that former Senator George Aiken dubbed the “Northeast Kingdom.”

via Northern Vermont Travel Guide – USATODAY.

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