I'm planning to go one day in north vermont, one in midlle and one in south (in this order).
Do you think is a good idea? Or in this period the foliage will be better in one of this three places?
Please, I hope in some your suggestions!
Thanks in advance,
P.s.:sorry for my english
Then journey down Rt. 100 to the Killington/Rutland area for the same and spend day in the central part exporing.
Then continue down Rt.100 to the Mt. Snow/Wilmington area to see the southern part.
Mt. Mansfield is the highest mountain in Vermont.
Also, by staying along on Rt. 100 gives you the flexibility of activities and events to see and do without wasting time since you only have three days to see the state.
Just follow the backbone of Vermont ~~ Rt. 100 .
Hope this helps.
Today I studied the map and I found some places where to sleep.
These is a draft plan:
09 oct.: Littleton, NH to Burlington, VT visiting the Stowe Area.
10 oct.: Burlington to Brattelboro, driving along the 100 and going to Woodstock
11 oct. A Tour in the south visiting Bennington, Mt equinox, manchester, Grafton.
In addition to what pwt has said, you may find that getting a room for one night in one place and one in another will be difficult due to the fact that many hotels and inns have 2 night minimums during holiday weekends. I would agree to locate yourself centrally (even if it means driving after dark after exploring the north) so that you can access every area of the state.
Burlington area, think it is all the same, and for the south go to the Inn at Saw Mill, in Dover by Mt Snow.$$$$.
Traveling Rt 100 is the only way to go.
If you are in Manchester , to stay at the Equinox is good, we just ate there this past weekend, and the food was disappointing, from what we are used to over the years, but the shopping is still excellant.