This Winter, we curated itineraries for everyone to enjoy 48 Hours in Addison County!
Embrace the cozy feel of Addison County this winter with must-have seasonal treats, exciting outdoor adventures, and charming local favorites that bring out the best Vermont has to offer.
Vermont is the largest producer of maple syrup in the nation, so it’s no surprise it's used on just about everything! Maple syrup is the perfect topping to bring warmth and that distinctive flavor to all kinds of local goodies. From the classic pancakes and bacon to lattes, scones, and cocktails, there are many ways to enjoy this local delight all around Addison County. Foodies fear not - there are a variety of other warm, soul-soothing, and flavorful dishes to try all winter long.
What’s the best way to start your day in Vermont? Grab your coffee and a big blanket while you watch the snowfall outside to ease into the day. Stroll around the woods or quaint downtowns, and take in the crisp air and snow-covered trees. We narrowed down all our favorite places to experience the charm of Addison County this winter and want you to experience them for yourself!
There is good reason why folks from all over the northeast flock to Addison County every winter. The plentiful snowfall and frozen lakes are perfect ways to enjoy a host of different activities and explore the variety of terrain. Whether you're a first-timer wanting to get out there, or a veteran in the backcountry, there is something for every adventure!
It only takes a weekend to fall in love with our part of Vermont, and once you visit, you’ll be booking your next trip before you leave! Addison County is the perfect place to escape for a weekend and experience the best of Vermont. We’re sharing our favorite eats, adventures, and must-see spots to make your fall visit a dream.
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This campaign is a product of the Addison County Marketing Partnership, including the Addison County Chamber of Commerce, Addison County Economic Development Corporation, Better Middlebury Partnership, Vergennes Partnership, and Bristol CORE, with support from a Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing, Tourism & Recovery Grant.