The Oldest Covered Bridge In Vermont Has Been Around Since 1833
When driving through Vermont, you’ll probably come across quite a few covered bridges. Many of these bridges were built in the 1800s and early 1900s and communities have come together to restore them so they can continue to be enjoyed by visitors for years to come. The oldest covered bridge in Vermont is located in the small town of Waitsfield and it is definitely worth the trip if you’re ever in the area.
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Have you seen this bridge before? If not, what are some of the scenic bridges you’ve seen so far while driving in Vermont? Feel free to share in the comments!