Autumn In Vermont.

Fall Foliage Season is a very popular time to visit Vermont. Color change begins in mid-September and runs through the first two to three weeks in October. Year after year, autumn creeps in at Vermont’s northern border, painting the state a fall foliage storybook of reds, oranges, and yellows. It’s the type of stuff that beckons travelers from across the globe, and rightfully so: Three-quarters of Vermont is covered in forest, and the state has the highest concentration of maple trees in the country (these are the ones that erupt in color).

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