Vermont has a total area of 24,923 sq km. The population is approximately 608,800, while its capital is Montpelier.
Vermont lies in the New England region in the eastern USA. Vermont is home to a major lake—Lake Champlain. Vermont has six distinct physiographic regions, the North-eastern Highlands, the Green Mountains, the Taconic Mountains, the Champlain Lowlands, the Valley of Vermont and the Vermont Piedmont.
Agriculture is an important aspect of Vermont’s economy, in which dairy farming is the chief source of agricultural income. Tourism has now emerged as Vermont’s largest industry.