Welcome to the exciting world of Vermont trivia! The beautiful and historic state of Vermont is home to a diverse geography and population. From the majestic Green Mountains to the winding roads of rural countryside, the state offers something for everyone. Whether you’re a lifelong Vermonter looking to test your knowledge, or a newcomer just learning about the state, this trivia template is a fun way to get to know Vermont better. From the world's best maple syrup and skiing to the state's unique political history, let's explore some of the most interesting facts and figures about the Green Mountain State. So get ready to head to the harsh winters of Vermont and take on this trivia challenge!
1) What is the capital of Vermont?
2) Who is the current Governor of Vermont?
3) What is the highest peak in the state of Vermont?
4) What is the official state bird of Vermont?
5) What is the official state beverage of Vermont?
6) Which is the largest lake in Vermont?
7) What is the official state reptile of Vermont?
8) Which famous author was born in Vermont?
9) Which river forms the northern border of Vermont?
10) In what year was Vermont admitted to the Union?
11) What is the largest city in Vermont?
12) What is the official state flower of Vermont?
13) Which of these cities is not in Vermont?
14) What is the official state fish of Vermont?
15) What year did Vermont become the first state to legalize same-sex marriage without a court order?
16) What is the official state fruit of Vermont?
17) Which is the least populated city in Vermont?
18) What is the official state gem of Vermont?
19) Which is the largest ski resort in Vermont?
20) What is the official state insect of Vermont?
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