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Mt. Tabor, Vermont


Located in Rutland County, Mount Tabor was granted by Benning Wentworth in 1761. Originally named Harwich after Will Hills, Baron Harwich, it was changed in 1803 to honor longtime resident and Revolutionary War hero Gideon Tabor.

Mount Tabor is almost totally within the Green Mountain National Forest, making it very rugged and sparely populated. The only East-West road, Route 10, even closes in the winter.

The only settlement in the town is the village of Mount Tabor.



Mt. Tabor Inn - Almost all of our 12 guest rooms are spacious (12x20) with two double beds or a queen bed, private (outside) entrances, and private baths.



Mt. Tabor Inn - The Inn has comfortable guest rooms and the Tavern offers an American Fare menu, a full bar and reasonable prices. Mt. Tabor.


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