Vermont Scenic Route 100 Byway Passes Near Inn Victoria in Chester, VT

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Do you enjoy touring scenic routes of America?  Vermont Scenic Route 100 travels through the heart of the Green Mountains. Home to some of the best outdoor recreation in Vermont, this route will take you through quintessential Vermont villages with tucked away water falls, covered bridges, country stores and lots of historical and cultural attractions.  Visitors from all over the world explore this 138 mile stretch via motorcycle or convertible in the spring, summer & fall.  Many others call this the ski route due to the multitude of fantastic ski resorts along the route.
Scenic Route 100 encompasses four-season beauty and is internationally known for its incredible fall foliage.  With rolling hills, a meandering river, crystal clear lakes and ponds, mountain and valley vistas, unspoiled forests, and charming Vermont villages,  this route has it all.  
An historical trail, the route will take you through President Calvin Coolidge’s birthplace and Historic Site.  The route traverses several French & Indian war historical sites, as well as many small cemeteries of the era & the Revolutionary & Civil war eras.

“We did it”; says Marji Graf of the Okemo Valley Chamber of Commerce.  “Two years after the Scenic Route 100 Byway was established, the effort to expand the Byway north and south along RT100 to include an additional 14 towns has been completed.

On April 19, 2013, the Vermont Transportation Board formally approved the Scenic Route 100 Byway expansion to now encompass 20 towns: Granville, Hancock, Rochester, Stockbridge, Pittsfield, Killington, Bridgewater, Plymouth, Ludlow, Andover, Cavendish, Weston, Londonderry, Jamaica, Wardsboro, Stratton, Dover, Wilmington, Whitingham and Stamford. This is now Vermont’s second largest Byway at 138 miles, behind the Connecticut River Byway, crisscrossing along the spine of the Green Mountain from the Mad River Valley to the Massachusetts border. “

Take the time to get off the route and explore the historical villages of Chester (Vermont’s Prettiest Painted Village) & Weston (Home of the Vermont Country Store) 

Penny & Dan Cote, Owners of Inn Victoria
For Lodging Near Okemo Mountain, Choose our Bed and Breakfast

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