Vermont is a state in the northeast of the United States of America within the New England region. The state is known for its delicious maple syrup, marble processing and its idyllic mountain landscape. The Lake Champlain is also located at the border of Vermont and marks a famous holiday area together with the Green Mountains. The mountains gave the state its nickname, the “Green Mountain State”. Many of the rich and famous have a weekend residence here, which let the property prices increase into previously unknown margins, especially during the 1950s.
Fall is the highlight of all the seasons in Vermont: The trees of the mountain areas start shining in the brightest colors. In Vermont, this time of the year is also known as the “Indian summer”. The mountains, lakes and rivers offer outside fun for everybody, from skiing in the wintertime to fly fishing, hiking, trekking and camping during the summer.