The most interesting natural attractions in Vermont

Natural attractions in Vermont is located in the northeast US, but not bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Vermont is one of the smaller but very beautiful and well-preserved nature. The western boundary is the watershed of the Connecticut River and Lake Champlain.

There are several low-alpine ecosystems (Mount Mansfield, Mount Abraham) and many meadows, lakes and marshes. The most famous natural attractions in Vermont is Lake Champlain. Freshwater lake in the territory of Quebec, New York state and Vermont.

Around Lake Champlain have several national parks - Point Au Roche State Park, Ausable Point State Park and the city of Burlington. Summer is used for swimming and bathing about Sand Bar State Park in Milton and camping facilities in Grand Isle State Park.Bookmark and Share

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Attention is place for kayaking, fishing, hiking trails and playground. If you want to ski in winter, we recommend ski resort Bromley Mountain. The ski slopes are very well prepared and have enough lifts for all skiers.

Mount Mansfield, the highest mountain in Vermont. Used for several recreational activities such as hiking all year and winter skiing. Smugglers Notch, a small depression between Mount Mansfield and Sterling Range.

In the past here spent alcohol during the "Great Depression in the United States." There are several routes for rock climbing and ice climbing. In winter it is forbidden for snowmobiles and skiers in the park. Mount Ascutney, Vermont National Park in the south.

There are very good conditions for paragliding and four trails to the top of a height of about 950 meters. Good place to see migratory birds. Lake Willoughby, the deepest lake in the state of Vermont 130 meters.

In summer it is very beautiful, because it is surrounded by deciduous forests and is a nice place for nature walks. There are good conditions for fishing (rainbow trout), nudist beach, and facilities for boating.

Jay Peak, located near the Canadian border in the north. In winter is a great ski resort because there is a gondola cableway. In summer there is an indoor water park, golf course and several hiking trails.

Similar conditions for outdoor recreation attractions in Vermont can be found in Stratton mountain and Bolton valley. Since not many places in this northeastern US state offer little walk to nearby attractions in Maine.

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