Visiting Vermont in the Fall

in 2021

 Vermont in the fall is special. Autumn is when people travel from near and far to get a glimpse of the thrilling carpet of colors that blanket landscape.  Autumn is the best time to head to New England for a Vermont vacation.  Here are Vermont fall foliage activities that you won't want to miss.

At 4.394 feet, this is Vermont's highest peak. You can hike to the top or drive up the auto-toll road for 360-degree views. It's located in Stowe.

Mount Mansfield

Quaint shops, breweries, and restaurants — all with a gorgeous mountain backdrop. Stowe is one of the most popular towns to visit in Vermont, and one of the most beautiful.

Be sure to tour the famous Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory in Waterbury and dig into some free samples. Visit the Flavor Graveyard, where you can pay homage to your long-lost ice-cream loves.

Vermont's largest city has fewer than 43,000 people and is a must-visit stop! Visit Lake Champlain, Church Street Marketplace, and the Echo Center!

It’s 600 feet deep and covers more than 50 acres, the largest quarry of its kind in the world. Visitors can tour the quarry and the factory and bowl on the world’s only outdoor granite bowling lane.

With just about 14,000 people, Bennington is a small town surrounded by rolling hills, the Green Mountains, farms, and forests. If you love the outdoors, you will definitely fall in love with Bennington, where you can hike, paddle, fish, and mountain bike without leaving town.