Southern Vermont is Vermont's southern section, bordering Massachusetts to the east and New York to the west.

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Map of Southern Vermont

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  • 1 Green Mountain National Forest, 231 North Main Street, Rutland, +1 802 747-6700. Backpacking, fishing and hunting, mountain biking, camping, hiking, canoeing/boating, day use areas, horseback riding, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing.    

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Rutland–Southern Vermont Regional Airport (RUT IATA)

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There are Amtrak stations in White River Junction, Windsor, Claremont (NH), Bellows Falls, and Brattleboro.

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Vermont Translines route 7 connects Rutland with Burlington.

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Regional transit agencies are The Bus (Rutland County), Green Mountain Community Network (Bennington County), Tri-Valley Transit (Northern Windsor County), MOOver (Windham and Southern Windsor County).

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Some parts of southern Vermont are particularly popular for seeing the fall foliage. This has become so popular, and the effects of the daytrippers have become so burdensome, that many communities are struggling to cope. In 2023, the village of Pomfret (near Woodstock in Windsor County) closed Cloudland Road and Barber Hill Road to non-residents during peak color season, citing not only traffic jams so severe that they were interfering with emergency services, but also problems caused by anti-social behavior, including piles of garbage, public urination on both private and public property, and people changing clothes by the roadside in an effort to get the perfect photo for social media. If you go, plan plenty of time to crawl through the traffic jams and make sure you are a considerate guest.

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