Fall foliage in Vermont: Take this Killington-area leaf-peeping trip

Central Vermont is a superb place for a day trip to view Vermont’s colorful autumn leaves. It helps that there is a multitude of attractions and eateries along the way.

Here is a suggested leaf-peeping tour suitable for everyone from senior citizens to families to someone seeking a day of peace and relative solitude.

Feel free to take any detours to lengthen or shorten this three-hour loop. Any turn you make is sure to be picturesque. 

Central Vermont foliage tour: Driving directions

These directions take you on a 130-mile loop trip starting in Woodstock and taking you through Northfield Falls and Killington. 

Visit idyllic Woodstock: The journey starts in Woodstock, the kind of town people envision when they think of an idyllic Vermont town with its colonial architecture surrounding a central green (River Street, Woodstock) There are boutiques, galleries and art shops, a toy store and an 80-year-old bookstore. Just outside of downtown, you’ll find several working farms and cheesemakers that offer tours (and samples!).

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