Vermont Flights Guide

Fun fact: Vermont is the largest producer of maple syrup, so make sure to order extra with your pancakes on your visit. And, if you like icecream, the famous Ben & Jerry's icecream first opened in Vermont. But aside from the sweets, Vermont has serene views and mountainous areas - such as Lake Champlain for sailing and fishing, Killington Ski Resort or Sugarbush Resort for skiing and winter sports, or Killington Ski Resort for mountain biking. Make sure to visit the Rock of Agues Granite Quarry and the Burled Forest.

The largest city in Vermont is Burlington, followed by Montpelier, Rutalnd City, Brattleboro, and South Burlington - and Burlington International Airport is the largest and most convenient to fly into. The most beautiful season in Vermont is its autumn months of September through November for the gorgeous colors of the trees. It is warmer in June and July, the the hottest month in August - and is extremely cold and snowy in December through March
Popular Routes to Vermont

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