If you are looking for the perfect place to view and enjoy the spectacular fall foliage that Vermont is famous for, look no further than the vistas from the back yard of the Green Mountain Inn. It is impossible to predict exactly when the season will illuminate the surrounding scenery with it’s amazing colors; temperature, sun and rainfall all play a part in the timing of its peak, a little different from year to year. It is the subject of endless speculation with the area locals. As a general rule, the last week in September and the first two weeks of October are the ideal times to see natures wonders; with some isolated colors both before and after.
Amazing Fall Foliage
For more than a century, people have traveled to Stowe to marvel at the gorgeous fall colors covering the mountains, and it is still one of the most popular times to visit Vermont. The cool weather and great scenery encourage tourism at its best. You can take advantage of all Stowe offers; an abundance of outdoor activities, or unique and eclectic shops, galleries, craft breweries, live music venues, wineries, theatres, award-winning restaurants and so much more.
The Great Outdoors
You can enjoy scenic drives throughout the area and choose from a variety of unique ways to experience the fall foliage.
Fall Foliage Drift Boat Trips
View Vermont’s spectacular fall foliage by drifting down the Lamoille River and taking a tour of Boyden Valley Winery with a tasting of wine & cheese. www.flyrodshop.com
Make your reservations early! People flock to our beautiful village from all over the world to see this most impressive show of nature
Moscow & Little River (7.6 mi)
Edison Hill & West Hill (10.9 mi)
Brush Hill (14.9 mi)
Elmore Mountain & Randolph Road (19.6 mi)
For more Stowe scenic drives please visit www.gostowe.com
Guided Tours, soaring Gondola Rides, Dog Carting, River and Lake Tours, Fishing, Horseback Riding, Carriage and Wagon rides, Ghostly Lantern Tours, Brewery & Winery Tours, Cycling and Mountain Biking, and exciting Zip Line Tours all while enjoying the brilliant colors of Fall.
Kayak, canoe standup paddleboard, and inner tube rentals available from the store. Kayak canoe and standup paddleboard rentals available at Waterbury Reservoir. Also river tours, dog carting and tasting tours.
Percy Corn Maze
Every year, Paul Percy mows a unique maze in his Bouchard Farm corn field. Stop by, feed the calves & goats and see if you can find your way out! A great activity for families, friends, and children of all ages, the Percy Farm Corn Maze generally takes between 30 and 40 minutes, and is easily accessed via the Stowe Recreation Path.
Special Fall Brilliance Package includes:
- Two nights discounted lodging (minimum)
- Daily full country breakfast
- Scenic horse and carriage ride
- Fall harvest gourmet basket with wine
Visit Stowe Cider’s taproom! Their expanded backyard space is now open for onsite consumption. Cold beverages 7 days a week, and street food Thursday-Sunday in the cider garden. Cider to-go can also be ordered and picked up at the window. Check the schedule for live music in the garden! through September!
Stowe Craft Bev Trail Self-Guided Tour
802-253-7321 | 51 Main Street
Self-guided & full of freebies. Stop by the Visitor’s Information Center to pick up your own Craft Bev Trail Tour Kit for only $10. Then, follow the trail!
4Points Bike and Brewery Tours
Offering mountain bike tours and lessons and Vermont brewery tours. Call 802-793-9246 for information or to book a tour. 4pointsvt.com
Call or visit online for hours and guidelines.
Alchemist: 802-882-8165 | Cottage Club Road
Idletyme: 802-253-4765 | Mountain Road
Stowe Cider: 802-253-2065 | Mountain Road
Trapp Beer: 802-253-8511 | Trapp Hill Road
Rock Art Brewery: 802-888-9400 | Morrisville
Lost Nation: 802-851-8041 | Morrisville