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Day 5
09:00 am
3h 48m
Estimate time
11:48 am
2,018 km
Day 5

Travel Tips

Of course! These towns of Vermont are delightful places to visit, featuring cultural attractions and outdoor activities. Here are some tips to consider for your journey:

Best Time to Visit:
Fall is the best time to visit Vermont for the breathtaking colors of the changing leaves. Spring and summer are ideal for outdoor activities, and winter is perfect for skiing enthusiasts.

Route and Accessibility:
Each of these towns has unique charm and you can plan your route starting from Burlington, then to Stowe, Woodstock, and finally Manchester. All of these towns are well connected by road and are easily navigable with a rented car or public transportation.

Altitude and Acclimatization:
Vermont has a moderate altitude, with the towns located in valleys and low-lying hills. There is no particular need for acclimatization unless you're planning on hiking Vermont's highest peak, Mount Mansfield in Stowe.

Accommodation and Booking:
It's better to book your hotel or Airbnb in advance, particularly during peak seasons. Accommodations in these towns may range from chic boutique hotels, quaint inns, to luxury resorts.

Clothing and Essentials:
For winter, pack warm clothing including waterproof boots, jackets, and gloves for snowy conditions. In summers, comfortable loose clothing is recommended. Always keep a good sunscreen and hats for sun protection.

Health and Safety:
Vermont is quite safe, but still, it's important to be aware of your surroundings, especially while hiking or skiing.
For health concerns, each of these towns has medical facilities available.

Local Etiquette and Respect:
People in Vermont are friendly and welcoming. Respect local customs and environment. Remember to tip service staff in restaurants and hotels. The state has strict recycling rules, so please make sure to recycle and avoid littering.