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Your Autumn at the Waybury Inn

Are you looking for something different to do this fall? How about hiking our legendary “Long Trail? The Long Trail is a part of the Appalachian Trail which is a National Scenic Trail extending from Springer Mountain, Georgia, to Mount Katahdin, Maine. Our Long trail, just 9 miles east of the Inn on Route 125 is as long as you want it to be, with dense forests and rewarding vistas. Bring your bikes and ride through beautiful country sides dotted with our nearly famous dairy cows which produce some of the best cheeses around. Stop in to Lincoln Peak vineyards and sample wines made just up the road from us. Sound too adventurous? Bring a book and sit in our lovely, peaceful gardens and enjoy your book and the serenity of Vermont.

And don’t forget to sign up for our weekly foliage reports so you can determine special events and “best bet” driving routes to see fall color.

Spring is arriving in Vermont!

Spring is roaring through the state and there is such beauty in the transition from Winter.  Snow is melting and the streams are beginning to open and flow mightily down the mountains and rush to the rivers and lakes.  Sap is flowing, green leaves emerge and our beautiful winter snow slowly melts away.

Ski areas are winding down and close with great celebration, pond skimming replaces the slalom course.  Nordic skiing becomes cross country track and baseball replaces hockey.  It’s an exciting transition, more electrifying than spring to summer or summer to fall.  Vermont brings this magical transition to us all in such a beautiful way, come and visit the Inn and take a look for yourself.

The Innkeepers – Tracey and Joe Sutton