You picked a great time for a foliage vacation. For the first few days you are here travel around the northeast corner of Vt. That is the area east of route 108 and north of route US 2. Any road up there is a great ride. Find a place to stay in St.Johnsbury, Montpelier, or Stowe. After you do the northeast do the central area west of route 116 and north of route US 4. Route 100 is a top ride. Also you will want to do the "up and over" roads of routes 17, 125 and 73. The Peacham - Barnet area is a must see area. Routes 14,110,113, and 132 are great rides. When you do route 14 through East Brookfield, take a side trip on route 65 to Brookfield and see the Floating Bridge. After that find a place to stay in Bennington or Brattleboro and do southern Vt. I like routes 30,9, US5 and the route 35/121 area and Grafton is a great place to visit. Just south of Manchester off route US 7 is the Skyline Drive to the top of Mt. Equinox. It's worth the the drive. If you get a hankering to do New Hampshire, do the triangle area between routes 112, 302 and I-93. That takes in The Kancamagus Highway, Crawford Notch, and Franconia Notch. You can pick up the Base Station Road on route 302 in Faybian to see the Cog Railroad that goes to the top of Mt. Washington. It does cost about $50 to ride it but it is worth it. Or you can take route 16 and drive the toll road to the top of the mountain.