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One Of The Oddest Geological Wonders Is Located Right Here In Vermont

Did you know that Vermont is home to the Chazy Reef, which is the world’s oldest biologically diverse reef in the history of Earth? Located in the picturesque Isle La Motte, the 450-million-year-old reef is protected by the Fisk Quarry Preserve and the Goodsell Ridge Preserve and has also been awarded a National Natural Landmark status. Visiting the preserves is a great activity for people of all ages, and is one of the most important geological wonders right here in VT.

Looking for more to do while you’re in the area? Check out these things to do on the Champlain Islands.

Kristin Grimes
Kristin Grimes lives in Vermont, is a freelance writer and busy MOM (Manager of Madness) and WIFE (Washing, Ironing, Feeding, Etc.)