vermont in the fall

Leah Fishman

Basic bitch autumn, but with a twist. Cozy pumpkin patches, giant corn mazes, mountain-top gondolas, plunging-views, picturesque farmhouses, warm apple cider, and romantic drive-ins. There are too many thing to do in Vermont in the fall, so here are just a few of my favorites.

vermont in the fall

By Leah Fishman
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Basic bitch autumn, but with a twist. Cozy pumpkin patches, giant corn mazes, mountain-top gondolas, plunging-views, picturesque farmhouses, warm apple cider, and romantic drive-ins. There are too many thing to do in Vermont in the fall, so here are just a few of my favorites.
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  • Sunset Drive-In
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    • leah A chance to watch all of our Halloween faves on the big screen? Yes please. Snuggle up with snacks and blankets in the comfort of your own car while watching gems like Hocus Pocus, the Adams Family, Halloween, Beetlejuice, and more.

         
  • Quechee Gorge
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    • leah The views ate Vermont's lil "Grand Canyon" are unreal once the leaves turn from green to red.

         
  • Citizen Cider
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    • leah Burlington, VT cidery that partners with Vermont and upstate NY orchards to make fresh & local-inspired cider. If you're a ginger fiend like me, try the Dirty Mayor.

         
  • Sleepy Hollow Farm
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    • leah The view down the driveway at Sleepy Hollow Farm in Woodstock is pretty famous in the photography world. Each autumn, folks fly in from around the world to get a snap of the red house and barn surrounded by bright fall foliage. Don't forget to respect the space (people live here!) and buy some maple syrup from the homeowners while you're there.

         
  • Gondola Skyride
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    • leah One of the prettiest ways to see the foliage from above!

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    • michele I'm a sucker for a gondola ride!

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  • Great Vermont Corn Maze
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    • leah The largest corn maze in VT! Their website describes it as 24 acres of "cornfusion". 100' of bridges, 28' cabin cruiser floating atop the corn, 32' underground tunnel and more.

         
  • Hackett's Orchard
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    • leah The Champlain Islands are my go-to spots for apple picking, and Hackett's is one of the best.

         
  • Cold Hollow Cider Mill
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    • leah Bakery famous for its hot apple cider, cider donuts, market, syrups & other Vermont goods.

         
  • Ellie's Farm Market-Gift Shop
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    • leah Cute farm market. Visit close to Halloween to see hundreds of hand-carved pumpkins displayed on a scenic hillside.