The Green Mountain Byway Blog

March means Town Meeting Day! 

Submitted by Sarah McShane, Town of Stowe Planning & Zoning Director. On the first Tuesday of March, citizens throughout Vermont come together to elect local officials, approve a budget for the following year, and conduct other local business. ...

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Rail Trail in the Winter

By Rockin' Ron Carter. The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail connects 4 towns along the Green Mountain Byway. The towns are Cambridge, Johnson, Hyde Park, and Morristown. It will soon be part of the longest trail network in New England - a 93-mile network...

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We LOVE Winter!

By Rockin' Ron Carter. Being in Vermont - you gotta LOVE WINTER! Of course there's snowboarding, skiing, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing at Stowe Mountain Resort, Smugglers' Notch Resort, and Trapp Family Lodge, but there are other places to...

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A River of Light in Waterbury

Submitted by Steve Lotspeich. Each year Waterbury celebrates a River of Light Parade in our downtown.  The River of Light is Waterbury’s Community Lantern Procession.  The event started In December 2010, when artists Gowri Savoor and Angelo Arnold...

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Visiting North Hyde Park

Submitted by Allen Spitzer. While traveling the Green Mountain Byway north on Route 100 from Stowe, you will come to the roundabout in Hyde Park village, where Routes 15 and 100 meet.  At this point you have the option of traveling west on Route 15...

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ROCKTOBERFEST in Morrsiville

By Tricia Folert. As you travel along Green Mountain Byway you will feel that fall is in the air and the leaves are starting to turn. There are so many events happening through this fall foliage season, outdoor markets, fairs, apple picking and...

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