Wardsboro, VT


Wardsboro: For anyone approaching the AT connections on Stratton-Arlington Rd. from the east, Wardsboro is the town where Stratton-Arlington Rd. intersects with Vermont 100. There are a couple of dining options in the center of town (on Vermont 100 north of that intersection), and the general store there has some hardware items.

We’ve been through a lot of towns in Vermont, and to us Wardsboro is about as quintessential “Vermont” as they come. Vermont 100’s route through town is very winding and hilly, the villages are quaint but practical, the town is small but not tiny.

Did you know? Vermont’s state vegetable, the Gilfeather turnip, is credited to Wardsboro’s John Gilfeather of Gilfeather Farm.

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