While Vermonters throughout the state are recovering from damages brought-on from Tropical Storm Irene, the leaves on the trees have survived and remain strong, in true Vermont fashion, and this year’s Fall Foliage Season looks promising! It’s a few weeks before Autumn “officially” begins, according to the calendar, but Vermont’s Fall Foliage Season has already started to sprout.
This year it will be more important than ever to call ahead for reservations and check on road conditions before coming. Visit our Road Conditions page.
From mid-September through late October, we will become surrounded by a spectacular show of colors and beginning after Labor Day Weekend, Vermont.com will provide you with updates on this page as the foliage changes.
In the meantime you can find some gorgeous Fall scenery in Vermont.com’s Autumn Photo Gallery, thanks to local photographers and visitors to Vermont… But truly, you’ve got to be here to fully enjoy the leaves. We hope you come see the beautiful fall colors of Vermont!
Parts of our updates are thanks to the USDA Forest Service, the Vermont Department of Tourism, and various “Leaf Peepers” around the state.
If you’d like to be on Vermont.com’s “Leaf Squad” to help report the Foliage conditions in your area of the Vermont, please contact us!
To view our first-hand reports throughout the state of Vermont, visit our Vermont Fall Foliage Reports.