Fall Foliage in Stowe, VT


The fall season is a beautiful time to visit the northeast! People who have grown up with the leaves changing color every year may not think much of it, but this Southern Arizona Girl never gets tired of seeing the fall beauty that nature offers us.

I recently visited Stowe, Vermont with my family and enjoyed the small-town feeling that it had. With its cute shops and cafes, a walk down main street will bring you to the heart of Stowe where you can also hop on the Stowe Recreation Path. This is a 5.5 mile paved path for bikers, rollerbladers, joggers and walkers and allows you to see some beautiful scenery along the way. There are also numerous hiking trails that you can visit (just be mindful of the weather conditions and length/difficulty of the trail you choose) for those of us who want to really get out into nature.

If you are interested in purchasing some local products, Stowe has a farmer’s market on Sundays that offers fresh produce, locally made foods and beverages, artisans and even has live music!

Some other interesting things that may suit your fancy while visiting here is the Trapp Family Lodge, Smuggler’s Notch State Park, Cabot Annex Store (to get some yummy Cabot cheeses), the Ben & Jerry’s Factory, the Cold Hollow Cider Mill or discovering one of the many covered bridges that fill the Vermont countryside.

Watch my short video for a glimpse of the fall foliage and to get some great tips and suggestions while visiting Stowe!

Happy Traveling!