Most People Have No Idea This Unmarked International Border In Vermont Even Exists

Let’s be clear about one thing right off the bat: Border crossings are no joke. There are many formal crossing checkpoints throughout the USA and Canadian border, but there is something we found that we thought you might find interesting and wanted to share. There is a road in Northern Vermont where it crosses into Canada for a bit, and then dips back into the United States. This road along (and through) the border is marked on some maps, but not on others. Let’s take a closer look at a road on the international border in VT.

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Borders like this aren’t entirely uncommon. In Washington and Idaho you’ll find plaques (erected June, 1989) that read “This unfortified boundary line between the Dominion of Canada and the United States of America should quicken the remembrance of the more than a century old friendship between these countries – A lesson of peace to all nations.”

For more information on a peaceful international border in VT, check out what this row of flower pots signifies. Oh, and don’t miss a trip to this library and opera house that was deliberately built on the USA/Canada border.