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I delay to visit Vermont on this Monday. I worry I have missed foliage peak. Please suggest best places to visit.
One picture i took on 27th, Oct, last year. I attached it here.
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- Location: Enfield, Connecticut
Your best bests are going to be the lower elevation areas in Vermont below about 1,500', above that the foliage will most likely be bare or past peak. A rather strong cold front in due to past through New England overnight with rain showers and winds from 25-40mph, which will strip away quite a lot of foliage. I have not been further north than Killington this year, but from what I saw I would recommend Route 100 from Warren down to Ludlow. Southern Vermont beyond that point has dull color or trees going bare. You might also want to try Route 7 from Rutland to Burlington, or south a bit, not sure what you will find. Route 5 may be another option, lets say from Bellows Falls and north from there. The 1-91 corridor from Brattleboro to exit 6 was dull in color as of last Tuesday.
Hope this helps.
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My B&B was in Bellow Falls this weekend. Don't waste time going there. No colors
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- Location: Addison County, VT
Colors in my neck of the woods really started overnight last night. I remarked that it actually looks like fall this morning!
If you are coming over the next 7 days or so try valley areas...My area should be good. South of Burlington and west of Route 116 to Lake Champlain. Silver Street-Monkton/Bristol Road between Hinesburg & Bristol had some good colors showing this morning. I'd say we are about 50% along.