16 Reasons Why You Should Never, Ever Move To Vermont
Vermont is not for the faint of heart and if you think you can hack this mysterious and stunningly beautiful state, think again. Let’s not take ourselves too seriously for a moment or two and look at some of the reasons why Vermont might not be right for everyone. Sure, some people can handle living in Vermont, but we kind of like it here just the way it is and we tend to want to keep it that way. Here are 16 reasons why someone should never, ever move to Vermont.
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A lot of these things listed here can also be considered the best things about living in Vermont, amazing food, nature, skiing, craft beer, peace and quiet, etc.
What weird things about living in Vermont come to mind? What do you consider to be the best reasons to live in Vermont? Share your thoughts with us by leaving a comment below. We look forward to reading your responses.
Although there may be some reasons you won’t want to move to Vermont, like for instance if you can’t stand the cold. But all in all, VT is a great place to call home. Our state has access to pristine and natural areas and parks, organic and healthy food, environmentally and socially aware residents, friendly locals, and a relaxed and casual way of living life. The Green Mountain State is a perfect place to live if you are okay with living in a little city or small town. If you love nature and want to live a healthy and slow-paced life, Vermont is simply one of the best places to live in the U.S.
What stereotypes are there about Vermont?
A few come to mind, and some were hinted at in this article, like mud season, not many chain restaurants or places to go out on the town. Some other stereotypes are that there’s not much else in VT save mountains, forests, and lakes. And others think that Vermont is only a vacation destination for city dwellers from New York, Boston, and Montreal. People from out-of-state think of Vermont as a little getaway, a charming place that doesn’t resemble their busy and hectic city lives. In reality, Vermont has much to offer.
What are the most beautiful hikes in Vermont?
The two most beautiful hikes in Vermont are Camel’s Hump and Mt. Mansfield. If you are interested in hiking Mt. Mansfield, we recommend taking the Sunset Ridge Trail; the trail is well marked and it’s easily accessible from Underhill State Park. Some other spectacularly beautiful hikes that are worth considering are 1) Mount Pisgah Trail, 2) Camel’s Hump Trail, 3? Lye Brook Falls Trail. Happy exploring!