Vermont is bordered by New Hampshire, New York and Massachusetts. New Hampshire borders Vermont in the east. New York borders Vermont in the west, and Massachusetts borders Vermont in the south. Additionally, Vermont shares its northern border with Canada.Continue Reading
Vermont is the 45th largest state in the United States with 9,249 square miles of land. Vermont is approximately 80 miles wide and 160 miles long. The state is well known for its Green Mountain region.
The two major lakes in Vermont are Lake Champlain and Lake Memphremagog. The state also has three major rivers: West River, Otter River and the Winooski River. Vermont is covered by 366 square miles of water.Learn more about The Northeast
A state map of Vermont indicates that there are nine cities in the state, although some maps show certain towns as cities. Five of Vermont's cities serve as the seats of their respective counties. These cities are Barre, Burlington, Newport, Rutland and the capital city of Montpelier.Full Answer >
Vermont in the fall has a chill in the air and slightly higher than normal precipitation levels when compared to other seasons. Although Vermont is not a large state, the climate changes slightly depending on the area of the state that is being considered.Full Answer >
Warrington Township, Pennsylvania, is located north of Philadelphia in south-central Bucks County along the border with Montgomery County. It is known as The Gateway to Bucks County.Full Answer >
Walpole, New Jersey is a fictional town from the Sundance television series, “The Red Road.” “The Red Road” is a story about two communities in conflict: the Jersey town of Walpole and a Native American tribe known as the Lenape Indians from the mountains that border Walpole.Full Answer >