The Vermont Chamber of Commerce 2003 Traveler’s Guidebook is the key for a peaceful Vermont getaway as spring, summer, and fall grow slowly into Green Mountain hills and valleys.The 2003 Vermont Traveler’s Guidebook offers listings, a comprehensive resources section, and editorial. Lodging, restaurants, attractions, shopping, and more are listed by town. Extensive lodging descriptions and colorful photos of accommodations will help the most discriminating traveler identify the site of the perfect family vacation or romantic escape.The Guidebook resources section speaks volumes, pointing the way to Vermont agricultural fairs, wineries, and cheese makers. Visitors will easily find the best fishing holes, golf courses, hiking, historic sites and churches, maple sugarhouses, gardens, farmers’ markets, and more.Visitors who are ready to celebrate may want to attend the ever popular Top Ten Summer and Top Ten Fall Events. Another Traveler’s Guidebook annual editorial feature, Mom’s Top Fifty Picks for Kids, may be a lifesaver to families looking to please.Chris Fogg, Vermont Chamber Vice President of Travel and Tourism, noted that “Whether people seek a respite from life or an experience of a lifetime, Vermont is the perfect place to find simplicity, security, activity and beauty as well as big-city sophistication, culture, and arts.”Annually the Vermont Chamber of Commerce prints 200,000 copies of the Vermont Traveler’s Guidebook, the official guide of the State of Vermont. The Guidebook and other Vermont information is available free of charge at 1-800-VERMONT or (802) 223-3443 ext. 110, or order the Guidebook online at www.vtchamber.com(link is external). Visitors may also view the Guidebook listings, resources, and editorial at www.vtchamber.com(link is external).