Past to Present

The vision for the Green Mountain Byway is a balance between the preservation of valued scenic and cultural resources with the community’s social and economic well-being. This corridor represents quintessential Vermont due to its combination of landscape, historic legacy, and sense of community in two historic towns where people live, learn, work, recreate, and enjoy a high quality of life. This quality is represented in the families, neighbors, villages, and natural beauty that are so distinctly appreciated and so directly incorporated into the local identity. A sense of place is shared by both residents and visitors. The Route 100 corridor in Waterbury and Stowe also represents one of the state’s premier destinations, drawing visitors from around the world.

Explore what makes the Green Mountain Byway unique:

Main Street in Stowe

Green Mountain Byway - Main Street in Stowe.Green Mountain Byway - Main Street in Stowe.

South Main Street in Waterbury

An old image of South Main Street in Waterbury.Modern-day South Main Street in Waterbury.