Here Are The 16 Most Incredible Natural Wonders In Vermont
Vermont is well known for its beautiful barns and bridges, but there are many natural wonders to be admired, too. Every town is filled with wonderful gems, most of them built by none other than Mother Nature. Check out 16 of the most incredible natural wonders in Vermont.
What are your favorite natural wonders in Vermont? There are so many beautiful and natural spots in Vermont it was hard to narrow down the list. Let us know if you’d like to see more!
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What are the most beautiful hikes in Vermont?
We who inhabit the great state of Vermont are fortunate, for we can access so much nature right in our backyards, as it were. Vermont has, arguably, the best and most beautiful hiking trails in all of New England. Two of the most beautiful hikes in Vermont are: the summit of Mt. Mansfield hike, which offers some of the most spectacular views to be had in the Green Mountain State, and Camel’s Hump Hike, which provides a 360-degree panorama. If you are interested in hiking Mt. Mansfield, we recommend the Sunset Ridge Trail, which is accessible from Underhill State Park. Some other beautiful hikes include: Mount Pisgah Trail, Camel’s Hump Trail, and Lye Brook Falls Trail. Happy hiking?
What is the most scenic town in Vermont?
Answering this question is certainly challenging because there are simply so many scenic towns in Vermont. And giving an answer will assuredly lead to disappointing some people and exciting others. But with that being said, here are the five most scenic towns in Vermont: 1. Manchester; 2. Woodstock; 3. Grafton; 4. Stowe; 5. Shelburne. Of course, there are many other scenic and worthy towns to visit. If you are still interested in finding more picturesque towns in Vermont, check out the 17 most picturesque towns in Vermont.
Which state parks should I visit in Vermont?
It all depends on exactly what you’re trying to get out of from visiting a state park in Vermont. Some are better for longer stays and camping, while others are better for shorter trips, and others still, are best during one season and not for another. But, for the best overall state parks to visit, here are our picks to check out this summer: 1. Smugglers Notch State Park; 2. Mt. Philo State Park; 3. Emerald Lake State Park; 4. Quechee Gorge State Park; 5. Jamaica State Park. You really cannot go wrong with any of these places. Whether you’re looking to go swimming, hiking, mountain biking, or exploring, all these state parks have something for everyone.