Vermont is one of New England's best places to leaf peep thanks to its abundance of sugar maple trees. These trees display more hues than other varieties! The award-winning vibrant foliage draws in leaf peepers from all over.
One of the best places to take in the colorful landscapes and picturesque Vermont scenes is the coveted Route 100 corridor, so how can we miss it?
Most of the state is covered with Green Mountain National Forest which is a vast land of hardwood forests, beautifully carved by glaciers with the most spectacular displays of fall foliage in the world.
Quick sugar stop at Grandma Miller which is renowned for their bakery. A single bite of their apple pie will dance on your taste buds.
As country side as it can get!
Ah, I can see more colors ahead. Gooooo at full thrust!
Incredibly popular and charming Woodstock is one of the best places to set up base for a covered bridge. Woodstock Middle is one of the ‘newest’ covered bridges in Vermont
The infamous Sugar Bush Farm is famous for its excellent waxed cheeses and pure maple syrup made right on the farm
Producing over 50% of the nation's maple syrup, Vermont is the nation’s leading producer of maple syrup and we were lucky to see some being oozed out of these trees live in action.
Sleepy Hallows farm is one of the most photographed properties in Vermont and if you ever saw photos of fall in vermont, you must have this seen pic already?
The super hyped, Stowe delighted us in the pure gold, orange and red hues of the fall foliage
Aaaaaah these rich colors make everthing just worth it!!!
Oh god, the grand AirBnB which we had all for ourselves for a night. Totally Karan Johar film feels
Being on the farm, getting in/out of the house, we were always welcomes by wildlife lol
Also the dreaded first night, we we had to sleep in the laundry room because of a mess up. Ouch!!
And imagine sleeping in a laundry room in an isolated (haunted) place like this X_X
But this house actually was a tourit destination of itself - can almost hear the Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham sound track here lol
Smuggler's Notch has Vermont's most dramatic road, passes through picturesque forests and bold rock outcroppings, the state's most famous resort village, and over a shoulder of Mount Mansfield, its highest mountain.
The name, Smugglers Notch, means exactly what you would imagine. In the 1800s the proximity to Montreal made this a favorite passthrough for those smuggling goods between Vermont and Canada but now all that is history!
Different colors of foliage memories which we are taking back with us!
Trying a cool and colorful winding road dramatic drone shot here
The literal smuggler's notch which technically is just a mount pass separating Mount Mansfield, the highest peak of the Green Mountains, from Spruce Peak and the Sterling Range!
Tasting some refreshing and locally produced Apple Cider at the famous tourist attraction of cold hallow cider mill haha
Dreaming of deliciousness of the first ever Baskin Robins factory and and reminiscing the "dead flavors" in the 'flavor graveyard'
Vibrant colors on a hill, across the lake was another shot I always wanted to take!
And who can not take the quintessential postcard Peacham view :)
Colorful memories with @RohitMujumdar