Vermont July 18, 2016
Take This Road To Nowhere In Vermont To Get Away From It All
Sometimes it’s nice to get out and simply go on a drive, and one of the best roads to travel in Vermont is the scenic Route 100 Byway. Here you’ll find gorgeous scenery and lovely stops along the way. This byway includes 20 towns each with its own special attractions and filled with wondrous beauty.
Check out this great video by VermontTourism!
Take a drive through the 20 towns which Route 100 passes on its winding way.
They are Granville, Hancock, Rochester, Stockbridge, Pittsfield, Killington, Bridgewater, Plymouth, Ludlow, Andover, Cavendish, Weston, Londonderry, Jamaica, Wardsboro, Stratton, Dover, Wilmington, Whitingham and Stamford.
Appreciate the changing scenery in every season.
Views such as this scene near Plymouth are stunning - and plentiful!
Be sure to bring your "other" set of wheels.
Mountain bikers and cyclists are drawn to the extensive trails and winding roads.
Stop and admire Echo Lake.
It's the perfect stop for a quiet picnic!
Check out the town of Weston.
The entire Village of Weston is registered as a historic town.
Take in the natural beauty at Thundering Brook.
Peaceful and relaxing, this natural scene is picture perfect.
See what the world looks like from above at Killington Peak.
Take a gondola ride to the top of Killington Peak, the second tallest mountain in Vermont
Learn new things at the Coolidge Historic Site.
Visit the birthplace of President Calvin Coolidge and see where he was sworn into office by his father.
Sample some Vermont cheeses at Plymouth Artisan Cheese.
Learn how this raw milk cheese is made in small batches using traditional techniques. Go in and watch cheese being made and watch the process yourself! Call ahead for the cheesemaking schedule.
If you are a fan of leisurely drives and road trips, have you done our
Vermont Waterfall Road Trip yet?