Explorer's Guide Vermont (Thirteenth Edition) by Christina Tree, Rachel Carter
The definitive guide to the Green Mountain StateChristina Tree and new coauthor Rachel Carter have more lovingly than ever updated the Explorer's Guide to Vermont, especially since floods in August 2011 caused by Tropical Storm Irene devastated so many of the communities, businesses, iconic covered bridges, and scenic backroads in the state. As these towns and storefronts rebuild, so have Tree and Carter This 13th edition of Explorer’s Guide Vermont reviews hundreds of dining and lodging options from the remote reaches of the Northeast Kingdom to quaint Manchester and bustling Burlington. The authors offer great recommendations for the most rewarding spots to visit—artists’ studios, farmers’ markets, historic sites, and more—and highlight the best biking, hiking, swimming, winter sports, horseback riding, fishing, and paddling. Enjoy four seasons of events and activities; whether you’re a visitor or a resident, you’ve got to get this guide!
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About the Author
Christina Tree launched the Explorer’s Guide series more than 30 years ago. She is a regular contributor to Yankee Magazine and has been honored by the Maine Publicity Bureau and the New England Innkeepers Association. Tree travels thousands of miles every year doing research to revise her books. She lives in Cambridge, MA.
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Your go-to guide to Vermont When I visited Maine some years ago I took with me a cop of the Explorer's Guide to Maine, one of Christina Tree's other books, and found it immensely helpful. I'm pleased to say that the Explorer's Guide to Vermont was equally as helpful, if not even more insightful. Each entry in the book is long enough to be interesting but also short enough that it doesn't bore you and is readable in one sitting. Throughout the book you'll learn about some amazing places, many of which you won't come across in other Vermont travel guides and many of which are hidden away off the beaten track. "The whole state is a living history museum" the books reads, something which Tree proves to be true. I loved the fact that she covered everything from the well-known tourist spots to the tiniest of ice-cream stands and that she was downright honest when it came to what is and isn't worth seeing and why. Plus, Tree has included sections on where to stay and where to eat, things many other similar books often lack. Overall, the book is a complete firsthand account what there is to see, do, and experience in Vermont - something no amount of internet trawling can match. Its great for residents and tourists alike!