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7 Ways to Experience Fall in Vermont

7 things you need to properly experience fall in Vermont

7 unforgettable fall activities in Vermont for family, fun and peace.

By Dan Foley for Vermont Tourism

1. Fall in love with the foliage

No fall vacation in Vermont is complete without specific time set aside to view the foliage. There are lots of great locations.

2. Take a scenic drive

The entire state is a picturesque drive, but there are various routes you can hit, depending on where you enter Vermont.

3. Enjoy a day in town

Vermont features numerous quaint villages. You’ll be swept off your feet by the charm, history and culture of these towns. Perhaps you’ll never leave!

4. Get arty

Something else Vermont offers visitors is its unique artistic flair. Whether you’re ready to pack your own camera, paints and canvas to capture scenic landscapes and fall foliage or immerse yourself in an eclectic arts scene, the Green Mountain State will satisfy your artistic appetite.

5. Treat your taste buds

Vermont offers foodies an explosion of flavor -in addition to the rush of color during the fall. From world-class eateries to mom-and-pop diners, it’s all here.  

6. Head out on a hunting or fishing trip

Vermont has 800,000 acres of conserved wildlife habitat, making it a prime destination for hunting and fishing. There is an abundance of white-tailed deer, wild turkey, moose, waterfowl and more. Grab your gear and head out.

7. Hike and bike

The Green Mountain State lives up to the nickname. Throughout your trip here, the outdoors will be calling you. Whether you prefer to hike, cycle or just meditate in nature, Vermont provides lots of places to do these activities freely.


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