Reminiscing About Stowe’s Fall Foliage Season

October 27, 2022


Stowe’s 2022 fall foliage season wowed us with wondrous vibrant hues of gold, red, and purple. From scenic drives and covered bridges, to village walks and mountain hikes, there are endless ways to view Stowe’s vibrant foliage. Check out a few of our favorite photos from the season!

Downtown Stowe

Taking a stroll down Main Street in Stowe’s historic village provides an excellent opportunity to window shop and take in the fall foliage colors.

Photo taken October 19, 2022

Stowe Hollow

Stowe’s red Grandview barn in the Stowe Hollow truly pops against a backdrop of a vibrant hillside, nestled on land conserved by Stowe Land Trust. Surely an Instagrammable, picture-worthy view. Stop by Stowe’s haunted Gold Brook Covered Bridge along the way.

Photo taken October 10, 2022

Stowe Pinnacle

Hiking is a popular way to get outside and enjoy all the scenic views Stowe has to offer. Climbing Stowe Pinnacle via Pinnacle Meadows is worth the effort to see the variety of fall colors.

Photo taken October 10, 2022

Smugglers’ Notch

Taking a scenic drive is a fantastic way to explore the area and see the incredible foliage. Whether you drive or hike, the views of Smugglers’ Notch certainly never disappoint. 

Photo taken October 7, 2022

Mount Mansfield

Looking for an easy-going way to view Stowe’s fall foliage? A gondola ride up Mt. Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak, is a relaxing way to take in all the colors.

Photo taken October 7, 2022

If you missed out on Stowe’s legendary fall foliage this year, not to worry. Now is actually the best time to start planning for next fall to secure your stay in our four-time USA Today 10 Best Destination for Fall Foliage!

All photos by Sharon Harper.

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