Stowe, Vermont in the Fall | Vermont’s Famous Foliage + Activities

Stowe in Vermont is known for being the Ski Capital of the East. This  quaint little New England town is the birthplace of alpine skiing in  Vermont.

It’s even home to Mount Mansfield, the largest mountain in Vermont. Even though Stowe is gorgeous year-round, it’s an entirely different experience when you visit in the fall.

With the beautiful red, yellow and orange colors all around, Stowe in the fall is a scenic view straight from a movie scene.

Fall in Stowe, Vermont

Fall in Stowe is from late September to early November. However, October  is the best month to experience the gorgeous foliage. Perfect for some  leaf peeping!

If you’re looking for adventure on your trip, this zipline must be on your bucket list!

Go Down The Longest Zipline in the Country

Apple cider is such a classic American fall drink. And if you’re looking for some of the best in the country, you must visit Cold Hollow Cider Mill.

Fill Up on Apples at Cold Hollow Cider Mill

With color changes starting in late September, you can catch some of the best foliage in mid-October.

Go Leaf Peeping

Ice cream is a delicacy that most of us love. And Ben & Jerry’s is a classic American staple.

Get Your Fill of Ice Cream at the Ben & Jerry’s Factory

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