It’s that time of year again, and Fall is one of our favorite times to be outdoors, with a couple of bottles of the best Chilean wines. The air is crisp, and the colors are absolutely incredible. Luckily no matter where you live in the United States, you don’t have to travel too far to take in the phenomenon of Fall foliage. We have shared below some of our favorite places to enjoy the leaves in fiery reds, deep oranges and vibrant golds.
Visit: The central and southern parts of the state, the Lake Champlain Islands, areas near Burlington, and the Green Mountains
Visit Vermont’s Tourism website for a printable list of more than 20 drives around the state ranging anywhere from 30 to 210 miles long, as well as regional and historical points of interest, apple orchards, and other local attractions to check out along the way.
Visit: Central Park, Prospect Park in Brooklyn, or Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx
Visit: Estes Park, Kebler Pass, Rocky Mountain National Park
Visit: Daingerfield, Martin Creek, Lake Bob Sandlin, and Martin Dies Jr. State Park
What are you waiting for? Pack a bag (be sure to include a sweater and some organic wine to keep you warm at night) and go check it out!