Welcome to Vermont!
Known as the “four season state”, Vermont climate is classified as Continental Moist with mild summers and cold winters. Fall presents itself with some of the world’s most famous foliage throughout scenic routes of sweeping forests, farmlands and historic villages. Springtime in Vermont involves budding flowers and trees, farmers markets with the day’s harvest and of course, the sound of sap dripping into countless buckets hanging on trees.
Due partly to the red and gold wonderland of the landscape, tourism is vitally important to the economy of the state. Besides being the leading maple syrup producing state, Vermont also has an important dairy industry and is the most important agricultural state in New England.
With its seemingly endless emerald green fields leading to forests crowned by magnificent mountains, Vermont welcomes you to experience new opportunities while living among the abundant natural beauty that will surround you.
Major cities in Vermont include Burlington, Essex, Rutland, Colchester, Bennington, and Brattleboro.