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23 Jul 2007
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VT Scenic Road Reviews on Milebymile.com Web Site
I received an email this evening thanking me for writing a review of Vermont's beautiful Route 100. That's impressive enough to even be thanked (in the years since I wrote the review, I have only received a terse note saying I had misspelled the name of a village) but I was surprised that this individual had ridden a bicycle the entire length of the road, 220 miles. Plus he had to pedal up some serious and numerous hills along the way. Quite a feat.

In you are planning a visit to VT, it would be worth spending a few minutes looking over not only the milebymile.com Route 100 review I wrote but also the Route 17, and Route 2 reviews someone else wrote. They are here. These roads are some of the major scenic drives in Vermont but there are many, many more quiet country lanes and back roads all over the state. Ask your lodging host for some ideas on which roads are good scenic drives in the area.

(c) 2007 Jeff Connor Grunberg Haus
posted by  grunhaus at  22:28