The View from Vermont’s Main Street

Running along the eastern edge of the Green Mountains, the Scenic Route 100 Byway is located in south-central Vermont. The route is recognized by Yankee Magazine as one of “the most scenic drives in New England.” Also known as “Vermont’s Main Street” and “The Skier’s Highway” it connects some of the best Northeastern winter skiing and riding. During the rest of the year there’s great hiking, biking and golf.

The Byway also provides top-notch dining and lodging, ample opportunities to explore history and culture, and shopping for one-of-a-kind art, craft and hand-crafted fine and rustic furniture. Don’t let the length of the Byway – 146 miles – intimidate you. Take your time exploring all the Scenic Route 100 Byway has to offer.

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For entertaining and educational commentary along the way, download the Gypsy Guide before hitting the road. Explore the Vermont Scenic Route 100& Byway as though a personal tour guide were leading the way. Download the Vermont Route 100 Byway Gypsy Guide on the App Store or Google Play.

Chews & Brews

Whether it’s fine dining or a quick burger, fries and cold brew that you are looking for, you’ll find it along the Scenic Route 100 Byway. There are also opportunities to get close to the makers, whether on a brewery tour or at a farm stay. Memorable culinary forays await you. Your Itinerary

Outdoor Recreation

With easy access to Vermont’s end-to-end hiking and backcountry skiing trails, the Green Mountain Forest is an exceptional network of cycling routes, numerous resorts, State Parks, snowmobile trails, camping sites and lakes. If it’s an outdoor sport, it’s available here. Your Itinerary

History & Heritage

One of the Byway’s most acclaimed historic sites is the preserved, pristine hill town of Plymouth Notch, home to the 30th President of the United States, Calvin Coolidge. It’s now a state historic site, and the school he attended in nearby Ludlow is now a museum. Your Itinerary


Along the Scenic Route 100 Byway, visitors will find a full range of accommodations–from mountain resorts, hotels and motels, to inns, B&Bs, and farmstays. Your Itinerary

Arts & Culture

There are wonderful opportunities to visit galleries and shops featuring handmade furniture, ceramic wares, antiques and contemporary art. You’ll find treasures similar to what you’d expect at an urban gallery. There’s also the oldest craft school in America, live theater venues, and classical music. Your Itinerary