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Four Places to Find Italian Splendor Close to Home

November 3rd, 2020

Italy is one of our favorite destinations. From its soaring peaks in the north, to the gentle rolling countryside of Tuscany, the glittering beaches along the coast, and the renowned wine and food, we never get tired of returning to this iconic destination. We’re also pretty fond of our home country and the many wonders... Read more »

10 Fun Facts about Vermont

March 17th, 2016

  Whether you’ve been to Vermont or not, you probably already know a few things about the state and the people who live here. We’re pretty green: geographically and philosophically. We’re warm, laid-back and proud of our home. We love our outdoors and we’re always happy to show out-of-towners around. For those of you who... Read more »

Top Moments of Discovery on VBT’s U.S. Bike Tours

March 23rd, 2015

A common misconception of traveling within the United States—rather than Europe or South America—is the lack of cultural discovery one can make along your journey. At VBT, we know all about the abundant diversity of regional cultures, cuisine, and natural beauty you can find right here in the USA.  Our goal is to make a... Read more »

Cycling Highlights of VBT’s Biking Tours in New England

July 7th, 2014

While New England may be known for its harsh winters, our summers and falls are the stuff of legend. Whether cruising along the quaint shores of Massachusetts or Maine, or discovering the rolling hills and pristine lakes of Vermont, our home state, there are miles and miles of amazing riding to be done on VBT’s... Read more »

5 Reasons to Love Summer in New England

August 2nd, 2013

Here in Vermont, we cherish a classic New England summer. After enduring a long, cold winter we relish in the warmth, the lush scenery and most importantly the ability to play outside without our snow suits on! Biking, walking, swimming, gardening and just taking some time to relax are all on our summer check list... Read more »

Lake Champlain’s Island Line Trail & Bike Ferry Reopens After Extensive Flood Damage

July 1st, 2013

In 2011, record flooding in Vermont severely damaged the Colchester-South Hero causeway section of the Island Line Trail – a 12.5 mile stretch of rail trail that runs from Burlington to the Champlain Islands open to bicycling, walking and inline skating.  After two years of arduous work and generous support from the community, the trail has... Read more »

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