Vermont is full of quaint inns, top-rated ski resorts, and amazing food – which you’re going to need after months of a pre-wedding diet. No matter what the season, Vermont’s rural farmlands, mountains, picture-perfect villages and more all combine to create an atmosphere of quiet contentment.
The blankets of snow during the cold winter months makes for fantastic skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing, snowshoeing and more, but if you’re after a calmer, more relaxing honeymoon then visit during the spring or summer, when the state is alive with greenery.
Home to the incredible Lake Champlain, the Kingdom Trails, the 300-mile Long and Catamount Trails, and the slopes of Killington, Stowe, and Mad River Glen, as well as an impressive food selection. The famers have made Vermont a veritable paradise for all things locally grown and produced, alongside America’s densest collection of craft brewers. It’s also the only state without a McDonald’s in its capital city, which is something to rave about.