Vermont Fall Colors
Includes all lodging, breakfasts and dinners, support van, leaders, tour maps & narratives.
Timberline van shuttle is included from Burlington prior to and following tour.
Not Included: Airfare to Burlington International Airport, Guide Gratuity.
Hotel 8:30 am
Towering white church steeples, creaky covered bridges, rolling country lanes, vibrantly colored foliage, colonial architecture, antique shops, village greens: these are all images of quintessential Vermont, and exactly what we will experience on our new Vermont Fall Colors Hiking tour. The natural beauty of the state is well known, and our hikes will take us right through what most people only see from afar. We explore, lakes, cascading waterfalls, a section of the Long Trail – the oldest long-distance hiking trail in the United States, the highest point in Vermont, and the most colorful hills in the nation.
We will stay in two world famous towns as our base for exploring the trails. Stowe is one of Vermont’s most picturesque and beloved towns, hosting skiing in the winter and music, theater and arts in the summer. It is breathtakingly beautiful in the height of the fall season. We have easy access to Mount Mansfield, and can enjoy wandering the town’s galleries and shops. Middlebury is a college town, built up after the revolutionary war. Through history it has been a commercial center served by the railroad and hosting many industries including mills, factories and marble quarries. We stay at the historic Middlebury Inn, in the midst of the stately brick and stone buildings, the gently sloping town green and the cascading falls of Otter Creek.
See Detailed Itinerary Here:
|Day 1||Pickup in Burlington, transfer to Stowe, hike Sterling Gorge||4.5|
|Day 2||Summit Mt. Mansfield via Longs Trail||5|
|Day 3||Green Mountain National Forest hike to Abbey Pond||8|
|Day 4||Lana Falls, Rattlesnake Cliffs and Mt. Moosalamoo loop||9|
|Day 5||Long Trail: Brandon Gap to Middlebury Gap||9.2|
|Day 6||Camel's Hump||6|