Photographer Sara Gray captures Vermont fall colors in some of the state’s lesser-known (though no less beautiful) autumn towns.
By Heather Marcus
Aug 24 2017
Brilliant foliage surrounds a gingerbread trim home in Brandon, Vermont.Photo Credit : Sara Gray
Every year in September and October, Vermont attracts visitors from all over the world looking to experience its legendary fall foliage. The changing colors are everywhere, from the hills and mountains to the shores of lakes and ponds, and in both bigger towns and sleepy villages.
Planning a trip to Vermont this autumn? Be sure to visit NewEnglandFoliage.com for weekly fall foliage forecasts and reports, as well as our live peak-foliage map and everything else you need to get the most out of your fall adventure.
For Yankee’s September/October 2017 feature “Hidden Gold,” longtime contributing photographer Sara Gray spent two years capturing Vermont fall colors in some of the state’s lesser-known (though no less beautiful) autumn towns. We’ve put together a bonus collection of her images below, spotlighting the small-town beauty of the Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth Notch, the rolling landscape of the Kingdom Trails, the quirky Dog Chapel in St. Johnsbury, and more.
Do you look forward to the Vermont fall colors every year?