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State Fall Foliage Report

October 26th

One of the longer lasting foliage seasons in recent memory continues to hang on in parts of Vermont, making this final week of October still an opportune time to get one last look at pockets of colorful fall foliage.

While much of the state is now in late and final stages of fall color, there do remain areas, particularly in the southern and western parts of Vermont at lower elevations, displaying very nice colors, especially vivid yellows in the late-turning aspen and beech trees, and intense orange hues in oaks and surprisingly persistent sugar maples.


The Forecaster shows where and when the colors typically change in Vermont during a normal foliage season.



Early Morning on Sunset Drive, Morgan, VT

Early morning in Morgan, VT. This image is available as a full raw image download that you can open in Photoshop or Lightroom and print out and hang on a wall! The image is 6000 x 4000 pixels, about 40mb. It is copyright PhotosVermont


Here's another foliage scene from the season, I call it the View from Bailey's Mills. Bailey's Mills is a bed and breakfast, about 15 minutes outside Woodstock and about five minutes away from Jennie Farm, a favorite spot for photographers.