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Dog Friendly Patio Trail in Vermont
We all love our dogs, and we all feel the guilt when the puppy has to stay home while everyone else goes on an adventure. If your dog likes to join your adventures, we’ve got you covered. The DigInVT crew has put together a list of dog friendly eating and drinking establishments paired with a walk or hike that brings the whole family together (yes, we are including the pup)!
The Shelburne Trail
It's unbelievable that a town so small could be packed with so much to do. Shelburne Farms and Shelburne Museum are top Vermont destinations but Shelburne Vineyard and across the street neighbor, Fiddlehead Brewery, attract droves of their own.
B Corp. Trail – Taste the Power of Positive Change
Vermont boasts the most brewers and most cheesemakers per capita. But did you know that the Green Mountain state also claims the most certified B Corporations per capita? B Corporations are committed to driving positive change through the power of business.
Ski, shop, eat and drink - Stowe has it all! Whether outdoor adventures, brewery and restaurant tours, or relaxing staycations are your vacation #goals. Stowe, Vermont has everything you need in an idyllic setting.
Vermont Maple Beer Trail
Craft breweries throughout the state are highlight one of Vermont's finest specialty products in a variety of different beers. Whether you like it dark, light, hoppy, or malty, there's a maple beer for you on this list.
Take the Vermont Brewery Challenge
Take the Vermont Brewery Passport Challenge with friends or family, and have a blast traveling around the state tasting your favorites and discovering new ones.
Learn About Vermont's Precision Valley
Explore the innovative history of the Windsor-Springfield area, along with the innovative food there today!
Farmers to You Trail
Visit this diverse network of sustainable farmers who are all helping to feed our region by partnering with Farmers to You.
Lake Champlain Tasting Trail - Central
Explore Burlington and surrounding towns with the Lake Champlain Tasting Trail, and connect with other culinary trails to make a loop of the Lake.
Lake Champlain Tasting Trail
The Lake Champlain Tasting Trail is made up of restaurants, farm stands, markets, farms, breweries, wineries and other places and locations that showcase many of Vermont's finest food and farm experiences for visitors and travelers to our state.
Let's Take a Ghost Walk
In honor of All Hallows Eve, we decided to go straight to the source about her Vermont favorites. Some with a ghost story and other because they are great stops after an evening of walking tours and chasing ghosts.
Bike + Brew around Burlington’s Waterfront and South End Art District
Hop on your favorite non-motorized vehicle and get ready to take in the sights and flavors of Burlington’s Waterfront and South End.
Explore the Mad River Valley
The Mad River Valley is an area designed by its unique and magnificent landscape--from towering mountains to it's eponymous river that twists through the valley. The scenery is unbeatable and the way of life is uniquely Vermont.
Explore Vergennes - Little City, Big Flavor
Vergennes was named one of 9 'Best Small Towns for Food in the US' by Tasting Table. Vergennes may be small but it's big on flavor!
Tour The Shires of Vermont
Surrounded by mountains and enriched by the waters of the famous Batten Kill River that runs through the valley, Bennington County has historically been a popular four season destination for those seeking the authentic Vermont experience. With a breathtaking landscape littered with quaint communities, the two Shire-town county is aptly named The Shires of Vermont
Taste the Upper Valley
Whether you are visiting or live here, support the vibrant local food system of the Upper Valley and get a unique taste of Vermont. Buy fresh produce at one of the half dozen farmers' markets in the area, take a baking workshop at King Arthur Flour to lean how to make your own delicious baked goods, visit Billings Farm, a working dairy farm, or Cedar Circle Farm and learn about organic farming. Get an authentic experience of the Upper Valley from a food lover's perspective.
Vermont Cheese Trail
Vermont cheesemakers blend American and European cheese style to make cheese that is uniquely our own.
An Autumn in Middlebury
Take a drive to the Middlebury region this fall for great local food, drink and pick-your-own apple opportunities.
Randolph to Montpelier Maple Trail
Start your Maple Open House Weekend adventure with Silloway Maple Farm in Randolph and explore the trail to Montpelier!
Explore the Northeast Kingdom (with a side of beer and gin)
The Northeast Kingdom is home to beautiful secluded lakes, legendary biking trails and some of Vermont's best skiing... And then there's the ridiculous food and beverage scene.
Lake Champlain Tasting Trail - North
Explore Franklin and Grand Isle with the Lake Champlain Tasting Trail, and connect with other culinary trails to make a loop of the Lake.
Lake Champlain Tasting Trail - South
Explore Addison County on the shores of Lake Champlain with the Lake Champlain Tasting Trail, and connect with other culinary trails to make a loop of the Lake.
Visit Long Trail Brewery for Winter Adventure
Ski Killington and explore Woodstock when you visit the iconic Long Trail Brewery.