Yesterday, I finished one of my main goals for 2015!

After more than a year of driving around, occasionally getting lost, stumbling upon gorgeous little towns and traveling over the mountains and through the valleys of rural Vermont, I have now seen and photographed all 103 covered bridges in Vermont.

That number is based on this list provided by Vermont Living, which actually states that there are 107 covered bridges in Vermont. However, that includes the four bridges that span the Connecticut River, a river that is technically located in New Hampshire.

Half a year ago, I did a half-way post featuring my 25 favorite covered bridges in Vermont up until then.

Now, I would like to continue with another selection of 25 bridges; bridges that I photographed between January and August, 2015.

25 Extra Covered Bridges in Vermont

Chiselville Covered Bridge, Arlington, Vermont

Chiselville Bridge, Arlington

Hutchins Covered Bridge, Montgomery, Vermont

Hutchins Bridge, Montgomery

Hall Bridge, Rockingham, Vermont

Hall Bridge, Rockingham

River Road Bridge, Troy, Covered Bridges in Vermont

River Road Bridge, Troy

Fisher Railroad Bridge, Wolcott, Covere Bridges in Vermont

Fisher Railroad Bridge, Wolcott

East Fairfield Bridge, Fairfield, Covered Bridges in Vermont

East Fairfield Bridge, Fairfield

Foster Bridge, Cabot, Covered Bridges in Vermont

Foster Bridge, Cabot

Henry Covered Bridge, Bennington

Henry Bridge, Bennington

Further reading: Agricultural Landscapes of Vermont

Shoreham Railroad Bridge, Whiting

Shoreham Railroad Bridge, Whiting

Orton/Martin Bridge, Marshfield, Covered Bridges in Vermont

Orton/Martin Bridge, Marshfield

Fuller Bridge, Montgomery, Vermont

Fuller Bridge, Montgomery

Red Bridge, Morristown, Vermont

Red Bridge, Morristown

Green River Bridge, Guilford, Vermont

Green River Bridge, Guilford

Comstock Bridge, Montgomery, Covered Bridges in Vermont

Comstock Bridge, Montgomery

Gold Brook Bridge, Stowe, Vermont

Gold Brook Bridge, Stowe

Further reading: Fall in New England – A Photo Essay

Hopkins Bridge, Enosburg, Vermont

Hopkins Bridge, Enosburg

Titcomb Bridge, Perkinsville, Vermont

Titcomb Bridge, Perkinsville

Salisbury Station Bridge, Salisbury, Covered Bridges in Vermont

Salisbury Station Bridge, Salisbury

High Moving Farm Bridge, Wilmington, Vermont

High Moving Farm Bridge, Wilmington

Greenbanks Hollow Bridge, Danville, Vermont

Greenbanks Hollow Bridge, Danville

Orne Bridge, Irasburg, Vermont

Orne Bridge, Irasburg

West Dummerston Bridge, Dummerston

West Dummerston Bridge, Dummerston

Coburn Bridge, East Montpelier, Vermont

Coburn Bridge, East Montpelier

Pulp Mill Bridge, Weybridge, Covered Bridges in Vermont

Pulp Mill Bridge, Weybridge

Scribner Bridge, Johnson, Covered Bridges in Vermont

Scribner Bridge, Johnson

Now that I’ve finished this incredibly fun year-long photo tour of Vermont, my aim is to create a calendar, post cards and possibly even a photo book. That’s a project without a set deadline, though—probably something that I will work on on long and dark winter evenings later this year.

As usual, you can find more of my travel photos in my travel photography portfolio.

Is there any particular covered bridge in Vermont that you like best? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Bram Reusen

Bram Reusen is a Belgian travel photographer, writer and the founder of Travel. Experience. Live. He now lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA. From backpacking and adventuring to slow travel and cycling trips, Bram focuses on nature and adventure travel. His passions are hiking in national parks and sampling craft beers.


Ruth Jones · August 19, 2015 at 14:23

The Chiselville Covered bridge is actually in the town on Sunderland. Arlington also has a covered bridge located in West Arlington.

Philip Bobrow · August 19, 2015 at 23:20

Very impressive…..but…you didn’t get them all. There is one along a public backroad in Chelsea that have never made any of the Vermont covered bridge lists and/or books. Almost photographing them all is still pretty good. 🙂

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