During the 19th and the early part of the 20th-centuries, New England had some one-thousand covered bridges. The ravages of time, weather, neglect and vandals have reduced that number to fewer than two-hundred. The majority are found in Vermont. Join your Notch Above guide and an expert who has done research on and written about covered bridges. Throughout the state, we can select a region with you, visit bridges, learn about the construction, history and any anecdotal information. You will not only see, touch and cross bridges, you will also travel along Vermont’s back roads and learn about the people and villages you visit during the day.
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