The first and foremost characteristic of the Byway is its ready access to Lake Champlain, the rivers which flow into it and numerous locations to explore nature. There are several state parks, marinas, public boat launches, public beaches and other points of access, making it Read More »
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The Lake Champlain Byway is located in the northwest portion of Vermont. From north to south, the formal route is 184 miles long and consists of U.S. Route 2 through Grand Isle County, U.S. Route 7 through Chittenden County and then south into Addison County.
Basking in the sun on the bow of the Grand Isle ferry or driving across one of the scenic causeways or bridges that connect us to the mainland. There are a few ways to get here, each its own unforgettable introduction to the Lake Champlain Read More »
Located in the lower Champlain Valley bordered by the Adirondacks to the west and the Green Mountains to the east, Addison County is rich in lake, pastoral and mountain beauty. History comes alive and each community along the Byway offers glimpses of its past along Read More »
The eight Byway communities of the greater Burlington area present a diverse menu of opportunities for the traveler. It includes densely populated urban areas, growing suburban areas and areas that remain rural. Burlington is the hub for the region having a classic small city downtown Read More »