Green Mountain Byway

The Green Mountain Byway travels through the towns of Waterbury and Stowe, Vermont, between the spine of the northern Green Mountains to the west and the peaks of the Worcester Range to the east. Traveling along the Byway provides stunning views of open meadows, farmland, and forests, all with a spectacular mountain backdrop. Historic homes, farmsteads, villages, mill sites, Waterbury Reservoir and three State Parks are accessible along the route as well as the area’s most prominent natural feature, Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak, which provides ample opportunities for recreation.

Explore the history of the Green Mountain Byway’s communities, learn more about four-season recreation activities, discover tastes from farms and local food producers, and take in breathtaking views of mountains, forests, farmland, waterfalls, and other natural sites.

 

For more information about the Green Mountain Byway:

Download the Green Mountain Byway Recreation Guide

Download the Green Mountain Byway Historical and Cultural Sites Guide

Visit the twelve interpretive wayside kiosks in Waterbury and Stowe.

What is the Green Mountain Byway?

Travel the Byway

The interactive map below is the digital version of our Recreation and Historic & Cultural Resources Guides. The map includes recreation activities, historic sites, cultural resources, visitor centers, and locations of interpretive panels to guide your journey along the Green Mountain Byway. The Green Mountain Byway is denoted by the blue line between Waterbury and Stowe. A drop-down menu offers a selection of activities and points of interest. Happy traveling!