Vermont: Map, Largest Cities & What to See

Petr Novák

Vermont is a tiny state in the northeastern United States, once claimed by France and inhabited by the Abenaki and Iroquois Indian tribes. Vermont was, along with Hawaii, California and Texas one of the four American states that once had their own sovereignty. The predominantly mountain state of Vermont is the largest producer of maple syrup in the United States.

Vermont: Map, Largest Cities & What to See

Map of Vermont / Where is Vermont?

Table of Contents
  1. Basic Information About Vermont
  2. What to See in the State of Vermont
  3. Fun Facts about Vermont
  4. Vermont Weather
  5. Largest Cities in Vermont
  6. Food Prices in Vermont
  7. State Symbols of Vermont

Basic Information About Vermont

What to See in the State of Vermont

  1. Art Museum in Shelburne
  2. Mount Mansfield
  3. Stowe Recreation Path
  4. Hildene Lincoln House in Manchester
  5. Quechee Gorge Trail
  6. Battle of Bennington Memorial
  7. Killington Ski Resort
  8. Smugglers Notch State Park
  9. Burlington’s waterfront
  10. Shelburne Museum in Burlington

You can post tips for other sights and places of interest in Vermont in the discussion.

Fun Facts about Vermont

Date of Vermont’s Entry into the Union

March 4, 1791 (14th in order)

Vermont state nickname

The Green Mountain State

The Highest Mountain in Vermont

Mount Mansfield (1,340 metres)

Rivers in Vermont

  1. Connecticut River (655 km)
  2. Otter Creek (180 km)
  3. Winooski River (140 km)
  4. Lamoille River (137 km)
  5. Missisquoi River (130 km)

Airports in Vermont

  1. Burlington International Airport
  2. Rutland – Southern Vermont Regional Airport
  3. Springfield – Hartness State Airport
  4. Middlebury State Airport
  5. Morrisville-Stowe State Airport

Vermont Sports Teams

  • NFL (American football): no team
  • MLB (baseball): no team
  • MLS (football): no team
  • NHL (ice hockey): no team
  • NBA (basketball): no team

Universities in Vermont

  • University of Vermont

ZIP Codes

05001-05495, 05601-05907

Weather in Vermont | Average Temperatures in Vermont | Average Precipitation in Vermont

Vermont Weather

There are four seasons in Vermont, with large differences between summer and winter. The average temperature in January is -4 °C, making Vermont one of the coldest states in the US. Yet it doesn’t snow as often as you might expect.

Muddy springs and soaring temperatures of 5 °C to 20 °C are typical of the spring, and 30-degree heat as early as April is not rare. The average temperature reaches 30 °C in summer, after which the whole state turns red and orange thanks to the ubiquitous maple trees.

Current Forecasts:

Largest Cities in Vermont

# City Population Map
1 Burlington 42,417 Show on Map
2 South Burlington 17,904 Show on Map
3 Colchester 16,986 Show on Map
4 Rutland 16,495 Show on Map
5 Essex Junction 9,271 Show on Map
6 Bennington 9,074 Show on Map
7 Barre 9,052 Show on Map
8 Williston 8,314 Show on Map
9 Montpelier 7,855 Show on Map
10 St Johnsbury 7,571 Show on Map

Food Prices in Vermont

  • McDonalds Restaurant McMeal prices: $9.00
  • Restaurant draft beer (0.5L): $5.25
  • Cappuccino in restaurant: $4.92
  • Coca-Cola in restaurant (0.33 l): $2.17
  • Milk (1 l): $1.05
  • Bread (500 g): $4.06
  • Rice (1 kg): $7.71
  • Egg (12 pcs): $4.32
  • Cheese (1 kg): $18.16
  • Boneless chicken breast (1 kg): $14.68
  • Beef Loin (1 kg): $13.23
  • Apple (1 kg): $7.71
  • Bananas (1 kg): $1.68
  • Oranges (1 kg): $7.35
  • Tomatoes (1 kg): $9.25
  • Potatoes (1 kg): $1.65
  • Water (1.5 l bottle): $3.33
  • Bottle beer (0.5 l bottle): $2.27
  • Pack of Marlboro cigarettes: $10.00

Food prices in Burlington valid in January 2021. Take these as a guide, prices vary from store to store. Tax is included in the price.

Vermont Flag | Vermont State Emblem

State Symbols of Vermont

  • Gemstone: clear garnet
  • Fossil: Northern White
  • Insect: bee
  • Hymn: These Green Mountains
  • Stone: steel, marble, slate
  • Flower: Clover
  • Mineral: grass
  • Motto: Freedom and Unity
  • Mothyle: monarch of the constellation
  • Drink: milk
  • Animal: leopard leopard
  • Fruit: apple
  • Plasma: ornamental jelly
  • Flavour: javor
  • Bird: Red-tailed kite
  • Fish: American whitefish, pikeperch
  • Tree: Sugar maple
  • Animal: Morgan Morgan

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