Vermont is full of natural wonders, and we have crated a scenic road trip for you to check out some of our favorites. Drive along this route and see spectacular waterfalls, fascinating gorges and breathtaking mountains. Happy Vermonting!
Take a trip around Vermont to see these natural wonders. For a map click
1. Camels Hump
An interesting sight and a great hike - especially when the foliage is peaking!
2. Lake Dunmore, Brandon
Lying at the base of central Vermont's Mt. Moosalamoo, Lake Dunmore is the gateway to Green Mountain National Forest.
3. Lake Ninevah, Mt. Holly
Lake Ninevah is a well-kept secret in the Eastern Vermont Gateway region. Only about a dozen cottages grace the shore of the 170-acre lake. The rest is protected land under the care of the Ninevah Foundation, a local land conservancy.
4. Quechee Gorge
Quechee Gorge State Park is one of Vermont’s most popular natural areas. The focal point of the park is the gorge that drops as far as 165 feet to the rapids of the Ottauquechee River. It is sometimes called
Vermont's Little Grand Canyon
5. Moss Glen Falls, Granville
One of Vermont's many incredible natural wonders. You can pull over on Route 100 and get some great pictures.
6. Above ground caves at Smuggler's Notch.
Calling all explorers to check out this amazing cave!
7. Bingham Falls, Stowe
Near the caves at Smuggler's Notch, you'll find this beautiful waterfall. Bring your swimsuit and take a dip, too!
8. Balancing Rock, Elmore
The Balancing Rock, located in the Elmore State Park, sits at the edge of a ledge and there's at least a 50-foot drop just behind it. Yikes!
9. Lake Willoughby, Westmore
The most famous of the Barton area’s lakes, known for its steep, startling beauty and deep, cold water. There are rentals for your enjoyment from cottages, to inns, to fully furnished lake houses. There is an abundance of camping, boating, and miles of hiking trails to enjoy, too.