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Vermont is a state located in the northeastern United States, bordered by New York to the west, New Hampshire to the east, Massachusetts to the south, and Quebec, Canada to the north. The state covers an area of approximately 9,620 square miles (24,906 square kilometers) and is the second smallest state in the United States by population, with around 625,000 residents.
Vermont is known for its beautiful natural scenery, including rolling hills, lush forests, and pristine lakes and rivers. The state is home to several prominent ski resorts, such as Killington Resort and Stowe Mountain Resort, making it a popular winter destination for outdoor enthusiasts. In the warmer months, visitors enjoy hiking the Long Trail, biking along the Lake Champlain Bikeway, and exploring the state’s many quaint towns and villages.
The state’s economy is primarily based on agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism. Vermont is the largest producer of maple syrup in the United States and is also known for its dairy farming industry. Additionally, the state is home to many small businesses and startups, particularly in the technology and renewable energy sectors.
Vermont is also known for its progressive politics and was the first state to legalize same-sex marriage through legislative action. The state has a rich cultural history, including the Abenaki Native American tribe, early European settlers, and the development of the American craft movement. The state capital is Montpelier.