2020 Vermont Tourism Network Guide

– 70 – VERMONT'S FALL FOLIAGE With forest cov ring three-quarter of the tate. and th h igh t percentage of vibrant maple tree in the country, Vermont explode with color each fall. Seeing the foliage through a coach window i fine but why not experience fall in Vermont with a un ique excursion that your group won't likely oon forget? 1. Take a train ride through tbe scenic countryside on lhe Green Mountain Railroad in Ludlow to view the beautiful fa ll colors, rivers, and wildlife from the windows of a historic rail car. 2. Go for a rid on Lake Champlain' large t cru ise ship and floating restaurant. The Spirit of Ethan Al len in Burlington offers a 2-hour barve ·t crui e in September and October allowing your group to take in the foliage io all its glory from beautiful Lake Champlain , 3. Take a troll through one of Vermont's sculpture park and see the fall foliage while being surrounded by larges ale art works . 4. For more a ·tive groups tr a hike to the ummit of Elmore Mountain whicb offi rs 360-degree vi ws . Locat d at Elmore tate Park, tb sit also offers lakeside picnicking opportunities. 5. Fall foliage is best seen from Vermont's mountain tops and many of them are acces ible by lift. Killington, Jay Peak, Burke Mountain, Mount now, and Okemo Mountain are ju t some oftbe ki re ·orts that all ow vis itor to ride their ki lift to find ome of the mo t breathtakfog views of th fa II color ·. 6. Lastly if your group is a more adveoturou bunch, you can try zip lining through ennont's tree top at places such as Arbm'I'rek at Srnugglers· otch. Kiliington, Stowe, and Okemo Mountain al o all ffer zip line tour that take experiencing fall foliage to a whole oew level. FOR MORE INFO ABOUT FALL IN VERMONT AND TO SIGN UP FOR THE FALL FOLIAGE REPORT, PLEASE VISIT VERMONTVACATION.COM/SEASONS/FALL ~.VERMO~

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