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Vermont Route 35

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Vermont Route 35

Vermont Route 35
;">Route information
Maintained by the Towns of Townshend, Athens, Grafton, and Chester
;">Major junctions
South end: VT 30 in Townshend
North end: VT 11 in Chester
;">Highway system

State highways in Vermont

Vermont Route 35 is a north–south state highway in southeastern Vermont, United States. It runs from an intersection with VT 30 in Townshend north to an intersection with VT 11 in Chester. The entirety of VT 35 is town-maintained.

Route description

Route 35 begins at the intersection with Route 30 in Townshend. It runs northeast, intersecting with Route 121 in the Cambridgeport section of Grafton, approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) west of the border with New Hampshire. Routes 35 and 121 run concurrently to the northwest for a few miles into the center of Grafton. Route 121 splits off to the west, while Route 35 turns due north, continuing into the town of Chester, where it ends at an intersection with Route 11. A short section of Route 35 in Athens is gravel, while the rest of the route is paved.

Major intersections

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