Vermont November 23, 2017
9 Vermont Towns That Positively Come To Life In The Winter
When the snow starts to fall, Vermont becomes a true winter wonderland. From scenery to sports, we just love getting bundled up to embrace the day. Here are a few winter towns in VT where the colder it is, the more people come to experience it all.
Head to the bustling village of shops, restaurants and lots of happy people. It's rustic, funky, and has the oldest covered bridge in Vermont.
You'll love the historic buildings, galleries, and wonderful variety of dining options.
People have been coming to ski Okemo for years, and also to soak in the picture-perfect spots.
It's hard to beat the charm of Woodstock in any season, but there's something extra special when it's covered in a blanket of snow.
You'll never run out of things to do in Stowe! You'll love downhill or cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and an awesome apres ski scene, just to name just a few things.
If you like shopping, then you'll love the designer outlets here. If shopping isn't your thing, fear not! There is something for everyone to enjoy in Manchester. It's close to the ski slopes, too!
This little ski town is bursting at the seams when it comes to winter fun. You'll find some great apres ski spots and kick back and listen to some live music.
From stately buildings to snowball fights, this college town gets giddy when the snow falls.
Have fun riding the slopes and then head to the indoor water park for even more fun!