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Welcome to south central Vermont a region known for beauty, history, and hospitality. This dramatic area of Vermont is comprised of Rutland and Windsor counties and is home to many of the state's most popular attractions.
Killington Ski Resort, one of the area's major business ventures is the largest ski area in the Eastern U.S. Okemo Resort, Quechee Gorge, and Vermont's second-fastest growing city, Rutland, are located here.
Quechee State Park, along US Route 4, is a popular tourist destination. Hundreds of thousands of visitors stop each year to take in the breathtaking views of the Quechee Gorge. Other visitors seeking an overnight stay enjoy the easy access to the park's spacious campsites.
The focal point of the park is Vermont's deepest gorge, formed by glacial activity approximately 13,000 years ago. Visitors can look down at the Ottauquechee River, flowing 165 feet below viewing points along Route 4.
Rutland's downtown section contains the Rutland Free Library, the Paramount Theater and Merchant's Row, a restored street dating back to the mid-19th century. 108 buildings in downtown Rutland are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Rutland also has the 275-acre Pine Hill Park, offering mountain biking, hiking, and other outdoor recreation. At the park's entrance is the Flip Side Skatepark, municipally operated in an open-sided closed roof arena at the Giorgetti Athletic Complex.
Whether it's fishing in the spring, hiking in the summer, looking at all the colors in the fall or skiing (enjoy world class downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing and snowshoeing at the best in the east at Killington, Pico and Okemo ski resorts), in the winter you'll come back again and again.
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Vermont comes closer than any New England state to realising the quintessential image of small-town Yankee America, with its white churches and red barns, covered bridges and clapboard houses, snowy woods and maple syrup. No city manages a population of more than forty thousand (only Burlington
comes close) and the chief tourist attraction is Ben and Jerry's ice-cream factory in Waterbury
. At 4,393 feet, Mount Mansfield in Lamoille County
is Vermont's highest mountain and is a ski area with terrain suitable for intermediate to expert skiers but a week there in Stowe during the summer can be extremely relaxing too.