Obscure Vermont


Though Vermont is the only New England state without a seacoast, we have our fair share of vast waters and attractiveĀ islands here. The Champlain Islands – an archipelago stretching from the Canadian Border, encompassing roughly 200 miles of shoreline around a trio of islands and a peninsula, is practically a different world. Accessible only by 3 bridges or a ferry from Cumberland Head, New York, the islands are isolated from the rest… Read More