The 2-Hour Road Trip Through The Notch Of Mount Mansfield Is A Glorious Summer Adventure In Vermont

This enchanting, labyrinth-like drive through the notch of Mt. Mansfield is nothing short of spectacular. Vermont is full of winding roads and picturesque drives, but cruising along Vermont Route 108 (The Notch Road) and twisting through the nooks and crannies of this extreme and bucolic road that runs through the narrow shoots of Mount Mansfield is easily the most scenic and glorious drive in the whole state.

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Have you driven and experienced the twisting nature of Vermont Route 108? Did you stop and explore the surrounding areas? What was your favorite part of the drive? We look forward to hearing your responses. Leave a comment below and tell us your stories.

Note: Vermont Route 108 is only accessible by car from roughly mid-May to mid-October.

Address: VT-108, Cambridge, VT, USA