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Recently, one of Out Traveler's own took a trip to the beautiful countryside surrounding Burlington, VT. Strikingly beautiful, Vermont is unique in that despite its farm-country appeal (and the freshness of its food), it's also extremely gay friendly, to the point that folks can barely distinguish between gay and straight couples.

A great place to get married, or go on a honeymoon, the Burlington area is a font of culture, with art exhibitions and plenty of adorable New England towns to explore—and maple candy to sample. It's also home to dozens of gay-owned or friendly B&Bs there's great hiking, country estates, beautiful waterfalls, sugar shacks, and gourmet restaurants—including possibly some of the best haute cuisine, gay-owned, home-smoked barbecue ever invented!

Check it out in our nifty slideshow and look out for the full story to come out soon!

Photos by Joseph Alexiou

Recently, one of Out Traveler's own took a trip to the beautiful countryside surrounding Burlington, VT. Strikingly beautiful, Vermont is unique in that despite its farm-country appeal (and the freshness of its food), it's also extremely gay friendly, to the point that folks can barely distinguish between gay and straight couples.

A great place to get married, or go on a honeymoon, the Burlington area is a font of culture, with art exhibitions and plenty of adorable New England towns to explore—and maple candy to sample. It's also home to dozens of gay-owned or friendly B&Bs there's great hiking, country estates, beautiful waterfalls, sugar shacks, and gourmet restaurants—including possibly some of the best haute cuisine, gay-owned, home-smoked barbecue ever invented!

Check it out in our nifty slideshow and look out for the full story to come out soon!

Photos by Joseph Alexiou

Recently, one of Out Traveler's own took a trip to the beautiful countryside surrounding Burlington, VT. Strikingly beautiful, Vermont is unique in that despite its farm-country appeal (and the freshness of its food), it's also extremely gay friendly, to the point that folks can barely distinguish between gay and straight couples.

A great place to get married, or go on a honeymoon, the Burlington area is a font of culture, with art exhibitions and plenty of adorable New England towns to explore—and maple candy to sample. It's also home to dozens of gay-owned or friendly B&Bs there's great hiking, country estates, beautiful waterfalls, sugar shacks, and gourmet restaurants—including possibly some of the best haute cuisine, gay-owned, home-smoked barbecue ever invented!

Check it out in our nifty slideshow and look out for the full story to come out soon!

Photos by Joseph Alexiou

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