Share Vermont's Geology
Share your photos of Vermont's geological attractions.
Geologic Map of Vermont
Plus a sketch of the state's geology.
Centennial Geologic Map
This 1961 large-scale map of Vermont's bedrock is online in all its meticulous detail.
1877 Geologic Map of Vermont
Charles H. Hitchcock's geologic map of Vermont and New Hampshire is reproduced by the Vermont Geological Survey.
Barre and Montpelier Surface Geology
The Vermont Geological Survey has this PDF report focusing on glacial landforms lurking around Vermont's capital.
Burlington Gem and Mineral Club
An active organization that meets most months and conducts collecting trips.
Northern Taconics Intrusions
A field trip guide by Greg and Nancy McHone in the countryside of southern Vermont visits ten stops to see igneous rocks.
Perkins Geology Museum
The University of Vermont, in Burlington, maintains its own free museum plus a pile of rock out back for you to pick over.
Quebec Igneous Province in Western Vermont
A field trip guide by Greg McHone takes you to some places to practice your advanced petrology.
Slate Valley Museum
Celebrating the slate belt shared by Vermont and New York is this museum in Granville, New York.
Upper Connecticut Valley
Geologyuppervalley.com presents learned commentary on several popular hikes near the Connecticut River in upstate Vermont including Gile Mountain and Mount Ascutney.
Vermont Geological Society
This is a serious bunch that meets three times a year.
Vermont Localities and Sites
An index page from the Vermont Geological Survey with a smorgasbord of places to go and things to see.
Vermont Marble Museum
A great place to spend an afternoon in Proctor, whether it's to view the quarry works or commission a work of marble art.
There are a lot of them, and Peggy Perazzo's "Stone Quarries and Beyond" site lists suppliers of marble, granite and slate.
About.com's David Sweet guides you to the best outdoor places to stay.
About.com's Matt Rosenberg helps get you oriented.
Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Vermont
About.com's Bob Strauss shows them and tells you more.