The past year flew by. The traditional harvest season is a time to reap the delicious rewards of your gardening labor and to reflect on the hard work that has led you to this point in life. With reflection, fond memories appear in your personal highlight reel.
This beautiful thing called life can move you in multiple directions at once. Family obligations. Work deadlines. News headlines. Social media scrolls. It can be exhausting. You deserve a moment to breath – inhale deeply and take in the sweet aromas of cinnamon, apple pies, and pumpkin spice.
Welcome to autumn; when the light softens, the nights bring the comfort of a cool breeze, the morning air is crisp, and Vermont’s hillsides begin to explode with vivid oranges, yellows, and reds.
Beyond the foliage, arguably the best part about fall in Vermont is the endless events and activities to choose from. It’s a great time of year to plan one last camping trip, attend a live concert, go mountain biking, hiking, or cast in one of Vermont’s 809 lakes and ponds. On a rainy day, head indoors and visit an art gallery or museum. This fall, it’s time for a change.
This fall, It’s Time for Vermont.
The Forecaster shows where and when the colors typically change in Vermont during a normal foliage season.
APPLES TO IPODS
Participating pick-your-own orchards have a hidden wooden apple just ripe for the picking! Find one and you'll get an Apple iPod, iPod Shuffle or iPad awarded on a first-come-first-served basis, so start searching early.
There's a reason you think of Vermont when you hear the words, fall foliage. Come discover the stunning beauty that makes us so famous in the fall.
Touring Vermont's Byways
Warmer spring days just beckon you to go outside! Touring Vermont's Byways are a great way to get off the highway and see what makes Vermont special.
Bike Vermont In The Fall
Surround yourself with beautiful scenery during your next biking trip. Grab one of the many biking guides to Vermont, and go.
Hike During Foliage Season
Hike a Vermont summit this coming fall. The views are unforgettable.
Vermont Historic Sites
The small state of Vermont boasts an exceptional collection of historic sites and events for children, families and adults.
Vermont's abundance of game make it one of the top hunting destinations in the Northeast.
Lodging Deals & Packages
Browse the assortment of lodging deals & packages for some easy savings during your next stay.
Whether you fly fish Vermont’s creeks and streams, cast from a boat on Lake Champlain, or fish from shore, fishing is a slower-paced recreational activity – but that doesn’t mean it lacks excitement!
Arts, Museums and Historic Sites
The Vermont Arts Council will tell you, “In Vermont, the arts are everywhere.” There are hundreds of galleries, museums and historical sites for cultural enthusiasts to visit.