What is Vermont Known For?

What is Vermont Known For?

(7 Things It’s Famous For)

#1 - The Green Mountains

This range primarily runs through the state but also extends into the neighboring states.The highest peak in the Green Mountains is Mount Mansfield at 4,393 feet.

#2 - Maple Syrup

Vermont is the largest producer of maple syrup in the United States with over 2.3 million gallons yielded annually.

#3 - Ben and Jerry’s

Founded in 1978, ice cream chain Ben & Jerry’s began in Burlington by friends Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield.

#4 - Burlington

Located on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain, Burlington is the largest city in Vermont.

#5 - The Green Mountain State

Vermont’s nickname is “The Green Mountain State” due to the vast range of mountains that run through it.

#6 - Idyllic Farms

Driving through the Vermont countryside you’ll encounter breathtaking views of idyllic farms set against the state’s mountainous backdrop.

#7 - Covered Bridges

These historic structures were built in the 19th century as a way to protect wooden bridges from the elements.

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