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|Fall foliage in Vermont. Need we say more....?|
Everything you can do in the spring and summer you can do here in the Fall. The only difference is that the temperature is dropping, just like the leaves. And what leaves they are -- amazing colors and awe-inspiring vistas filled with brilliant red, vibrant yellow, and blazing orange.
Fall foliage season is a magical time in New England, and Vermont in particular. The drives along Route 100 and the surrounding back-country roads offer some of the finest leaf peeping you'll ever see!
Bear in mind that "peak foliage" changes year to year, day to day, hour to hour (you get the idea...), and is controlled by rain, sun, wind, heat, cold, humidity, phase of the moon (you get the idea...). Driving Tours are easily mapped out - just ask us for some of our favorites! We will take the current conditions into account when suggesting a route. For more detailed information on Vermont's foliage season, and updated "foliage reports" during the season, check out these sites: www.vermontvacations.com, www.foliage-vermont.com, and www.vermontfallfoliage.com.
To see the changing leaves up close and personal, jump on a bike or take a hike! Sugarbush offers Chairlift Rides on Fridays, Weekends and Holidays to get you to it's tallest peaks. How you get back down is up to you! Soak in the beauty. Nothing can compare to fall in Vermont.
For those of you who, like us, hold Mad River Glen near and dear to your hearts, there is always Green and Gold Weekend, with chairlift rides, guided hikes, live music, food and more! What a nice way to enjoy spectacular fall foliage and begin to think about the exciting season just around the corner. As always, THINK SNOW!
A word of caution...the limited number of guest rooms available in the Mad River Valley fill early. If you are intent on seeing this spectacle of colors, be sure to reserve your accommodations as soon as possible! This rule not only applies to Weathertop, but to all properties in The Mad River Valley.
|A View from Weathertop - Nature's Artwork|