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A list of my favorite back roads in Vermont.
Buy yourself a Vermont Road atlas (Delorme, Jimapco, Arrow or Northern Cartographic), make sure you've got your camera, and go!
This is my favorite back road in the state. A beautiful tree lined road with views in all directions from Lake Willoughby to Burke Mountain. You'll go by beautiful farm pasture, a couple inns, and a cow or two. This road is a MUST DRIVE if you are in the Northeast Kingdom.
This beautiful road takes you through the Lincoln Gap. It's a fun drive with pretty scenery.
WARNING - closed in winter
Where else in Vermont can you be driving and have New York State to your east? Narrow road that follows the Poultney River. Very fun.
WARNING - 4x4 needed. Do not travel in spring (road is flooded).
Did you know that you can actually cross into New Hampshire without crossing the Connecticut River? It's true - only one small part of the two states where this is geographically possible. Take River Road out of Beecher Falls and you'll come to the border with a nice monument to mark it.
Classic Vermont back road with classic Vermont views. Many Vermont photos are taken from this road. Peacham in general is one of the most photographed towns in the state.
You won't get your classic Vermont views (sweeping fields, farms) from this road. Instead you'll find yourself on a seasonal road bringing you through a beautiful canopy of forest. Especially pretty during the fall.
WARNING - closed in winter.