Vermont’s Route 100 may be the best fall foliage drive in all of New England. Also known as “Skiers’ Highway,” it connects major ski spots — Snow, Okemo, Killington, Sugarbush, Stowe, Jay — on its south-to-north route along the edge of the Green Mountains. Here are some reasons to see it in autumn.
No matter what you’re looking to experience on your foliage tour – hiking, canoeing, small-town shopping, or just a relaxing drive – you can find it in Vermont. Don’t let their name fool you – in Autumn, the Green Mountains are anything but just “green.” Check out these photos to help plan your fall road trip. Stop and stretch your legs in any of the towns along the way and enjoy some of the most beautiful sights New England has to offer.
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Before you go, check out our fall foliage map. Use it to track where peak color is to get the most out of your road trip.
New England has so many great fall foliage drives – which one is your family’s favorite? Tell us in the comments below!