Explore The Vermont Marble Trail!

Map - State of Vermont Marble Trail


The Vermont Marble Trail is a driving tour along the geological marble corridor running the length of western Vermont. Tourists and residents alike will find a wealth of historical, artistic and cultural experiences as they visit towns and villages where marble was quarried, manufactured and utilized. Vermont's diverse marble beds have been used to create some of the finest buildings in the world as well as stunning works of art found in every state in America and around the world.

See Marble Trail "milestone" plan for the trail project

Vermont Marble Trail Brochure

our 40 pg Marble Trail Guide! (6.8mb)

View Marble Trail Video by videographer Caro Thompson


Vermont Marble Trail Development & "Milestones"

Dimensions of Marble will develop a website and brochure highlighting examples of the extensive and practical uses of marble in architecture -- from churches, firehouses and municipal buildings to hitching posts, sidewalks, and calcium carbonate. It will inspire people to seek out the artistry of memorials and monuments, found both on the land and in museums.

Highlighted also will be recreational opportunities, cultural heritage events and noteworthy tourists events. These will all be featured the weekend of July 25, 2008 during a Statewide Celebration.

Production of Oral Histories on CD, telling the stories of the people and communities.

Installation of the resulting world-class sculptures from an International Carving Symposium to take place at the Carving Studio and Sculpture Center in West Rutland.

Project Manager - Megan Smith
Researcher - Colleen Hobbs

Interactive map courtesy of ConnectVermont ConnectVermont