We went leaf-peeping along the Green Mountain “spine” where the fall colors are in their full glory. Saturday was Sheldon to Stowe (ski resort-area). Monday we did Waterbury Village Historic District to the town of Bristol via Vermont 100.
Both routes were stunning in their color!
Saturday we encountered snow (1-2 inches) on “The Smugglers Notch” road which was picturesque against the fall colors. “The Notch” is a winding narrow road where trucks, buses and RVs are illegal because of tight turns and single lane driving in some places. People bet on these type vehicles getting stuck up there unable to make the turns. It is closed in winter at some point-similar to Trail Ridge Road in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park.
Sunday was a colorful drive at higher altitudes where fall colors are in full glory.
Fall colors along I-89 a typical drive to Burlington.
Fall colors around our house.
Fall colors from Sheldon to Stowe via the Smugglers Notch Scenic Byway
Stowe Foliage Arts Festival
Fall colors from Waterbury Village Historic District to Town of Bristol via Vermont 100.
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