Video by Vermont Tourism
Vermont Tourism says the state's fall foliage is moving steadily into the southern valleys and lower elevations of the Champlain Valley in the state's Seeing Is Beliefing video report.
In this week's report, the state highlights the Champlain Valley, with a visit to the Richmond Farmers’ Market, a conversation with Don Stevens, Chief Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk - Abenaki Nation at Overlook Park in South Burlington, a meeting with first-time Vermont visitor Lauren from Philadelphia in Burlington and a golden leaved sunset at Mount Philo State Park in Charlotte.
In the higher elevations of central Vermont, town and village centers are still displaying good foliage colors, contrasting with the dark green of evergreens and the soft gray of hillsides where the leaves have fallen, the state reports. While higher elevation areas in northern Vermont will be past peak, hikers and leaf-peepers should keep in mind that the views from the trails will be opening and that the understory foliage will still be bright and beautiful.
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