Things to Do
Ready to swim, kayak, boat or paddle board this summer? Check out 5 of our favorite lakes to visit in Vermont this summer.
By Hilary DelRoss It’s never too late or too early to learn to turn on Vermont’s world-class, beginner terrain. Whether your goal is to try a new sport, hone a new skill, keep up with the kids or introduce friends and family to your favorite cold-weather pastime, you can find the right beginner program in […]
By Christina Economou To those on the outside, Burlington may seem like a small corner of the globe without much to offer. But a true Burlingtonian knows the type of city it really is — a place overflowing with culture in the best ways possible. You can look up the top ten sites, restaurants & […]
By Jen Butson, Vermont Dept. of Tourism and Marketing The best skiing and riding in the east is in Vermont. Starting with America’s first alpine ski tow, built on a Woodstock farm in 1934 and the first chairlift in the nation on Mt. Mansfield in 1940, plus the first Nordic ski center at Trapp Family Lodge, the first ski […]
Burlington, Vermont is consistently ranked as one of the most desirable – and greenest – places to live and visit. The city’s vibrant arts and culture scene, endless outdoor recreation opportunities, and scenic beauty draw millions of visitors each year. Live music, art openings, and comedy shows can be enjoyed year-round. Outdoor activities range from […]
Meeting new people can seem daunting! On UVM campus, there are so many ways to get meet people while you expand your skills and knowledge. See what these organizations can do to get you connected make your experience at UVM more memorable: Sign up for a class in Pottery or Photography at the Living/Learning Center […]