Mad River Valley Vermont
Visit VT Towns of Fayston, Warren, Waitsfield & Sugarbush Vermont
Travel Destination: The Mad River Valley, Vermont. Located midway between Stowe and Middlebury on Vermont’s scenic Route 100, is quintessential New England offering classic old-world charm complete with steepled churches and picturesque mountain villages – an ideal choice for your Vermont vacation. Please share your Mad River Valley comments. To feature your VT business, contact us.
Vermont’s Mad River Valley
Mountain View Inn, 1912 Mill Road, Route 17, Fayston, VT 05673 | 802-496-2426
The Mountain View Inn in Fayston - an 1826 Vermont farmhouse with all the comforts of modern conveniences. Seven private rooms each with their own "personality", delicious breakfasts, beautiful views. Like going to Grandmas... only better. Just minutes to Sugarbush, Waitsfield, and 2.5 miles to Mad River Glen.
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The Sugar Lodge at Sugarbush, Sugarbush Access Road, Warren, VT 05674 | 800-982-3465
We are pure Vermont. Located next to the Sugarbush golf course and 1/4 mile from the ski lifts at Sugarbush Ski Area, near hiking and bike trails. Offering 23 tastefully decorated rooms with CATV, phone, and A/C. Relax in our outdoor pool or Hot Tub.
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Waitsfield, Vermont serves as the Mad River Valley’s downtown district and is home to a multitude of dining venues, inn lodging, and vacation rental accommodations. You’ll also find shops, galleries, and nightlife destinations. Some of the finest dining in Vermont is found among the area’s 30 restaurants, along with an outstanding selection of country inns that offer friendly and personalized service.
The Mad River Valley Byway travels on Vermont’s scenic Route 100. Take a leisurely ride along Route 100 to experience all the Mad River Valley has to offer. From scenic farms to unique stores – you will find a new surprise around the next corner. Enjoy the video below for a sample of life in the Mad River Valley of Vermont.
What makes Mad River Valley so uniquely special? Susan Roy, Executive Director of the Sugarbush Chamber of Commerce explains, “We don’t have the singular identity like that found at other Vermont ski resort areas. Instead, we offer a mixed identity – flavored by the diversity of two ski areas (Mad River Glen & Sugarbush) and three diverse towns unified by the Sugarbush Chamber of Commerce and the Planning District Steering Committee. Visitors feel they’ve discovered a best-kept secret, and then race home to tell everyone they know!”