|Fall In Stowe|
The Best Vermont Fall Foliage Pictures are taken in Stowe, Vermont. Vermont's Green Mountains are covered with one of the highest concentrations of sugar maple trees in this country. A remarkable tree, the sugar maple, aside from providing the sap for maple syrup, produces some of the most intense foliage colors come autumn. The colors range from deep red to scarlet to brilliant orange to salmon to gold. Every year, people come from around the world to witness this colorful spectacle. Autumn is the perfect time for Hiking and Biking. Hundreds of kilometers of hiking trails and numerous mountain bike paths transverse the spectacular mountains and rolling foothills of the Stowe Region. This time of year, the mountain woodlands are truly a glorious setting for a peaceful hike.
Hiking & Biking
Cyclists can ride on 103 miles of road, 29 miles paved for road biking, and 74 miles unpaved for relatively easy mountain biking. Or try out the excitement at Stowe Mountain Resort's Mountain Bike Center for lift service to over 20 trails.
Gondola & Auto Toll Road
Visitors can hike or ride the Stowe Gondola or drive the historic Auto Toll Road to the top of Mount Mansfield, Vermont's highest peak. From here spectacular views await you, spanning to New York, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. In autumn the scenery is exceptionally breathtaking - a sight that everyone should see and no one can forget.
Stowe Recreation Path
The Stowe Recreation Path, named one of the "10 Great Walks of the World," is a scenic biking jogging and walking path. The very picturesque six-mile route winds its way past farms, through the forest and over footbridges to the center of Stowe Village.
Mountainside Resort offers lighted tennis courts for your use day and evening.
Try a gentle canoe or kayak ride on the still waters of a pristine lake, reflecting the myriad of foliage colors for an experience you'll always treasure.
There's still time to try your hand on the rolling fairways of the Stowe Country Club, an 18-hole championship golf course complete with beautiful mountain views and a 40-acre practice facility. To round out your Vermont golf experience, other courses just minutes away include the Country Club of Vermont, Copley Country Club, Blush Hill Country Club and Farm Resort and Golf Course.
Several local stables offer guided trail rides and hay rides through the picturesque woodlands and countryside.
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