South Central VT Fall Foliage Tours
Take a fall foliage drive through South Central Vermont. Rutland, Killington, Woodstock, Quechee, Ludlow, White River Junction, and Chittenden are located here – one of the nation’s prettiest places to view fall foliage. Please share your VT fall foliage comments.
So. Central Vermont Fall Foliage Tours
Pittsford, Vermont Loop:
Take US Route 7 to Pittsford, go left onto Sangamon Road turn left onto Chittenden Road, turn left onto Mountain Top Road. A spectacular view awaits you at the top of the hill. The Mountain Top Inn is located there. Stop in for dinner or lunch or a cocktail or glass of wine in the lounge. Tell them VTLiving.com sent you.
Woodstock, Vermont Loop:
From Woodstock, Vermont follow Rte. 4 East through Quechee to the junction of Rte. 12. Follow Rte. 12 North through Barnard and past Silver Lake to the junction of Rte. 12 and 107. Turn left on Rte. 107 West and follow through Gaysville to the junction of Rte. 100. Take Rte. 100 South through Pittsfield toward Killington with the Green Mountain National Forest to the west, and follow to the junction of Rte. 4. Follow Rte. 4 / Rte. 100 to West Bridgewater, where they split and you can turn left onto Rte. 4 and follow back to Woodstock, or continue on to the Ludlow Loop – possibly the prettiest drive in Vermont.
Ludlow, Vermont Loop:
From West Bridgewater, Vermont continue on Rte. 100 South and follow past the junction of 100A to Plymouth and the Calvin Coolidge birthplace – worth a visit if you have the time. Continue on along Rte. 100 South through Tyson and pastOkemo Mountain Ski Resort to the town of Ludlow and the junction of Rte. 131. Follow Rte. 131 East through Proctorsville to Downers Corners and the junction of Rte. 106. Turn left on Rte. 106 North and follow through a number of quaint Vermont villages back to the Village of Woodstock.
Killington, Vermont Loop:
From Killington, Vermont head north on Rte. 100 past Pittsfield to Rochester and the junction of Rte. 73. Follow Rte. 73 West and, if you have the time, take a side trip up Bingo Road on the right – 9 miles round-trip meandering along a mountain stream with pull-offs to enjoy nature – then on through Brandon Gap to the Mt. Horrid Observation Site at the base of the 800 foot Mt. Horrid Cliff. Continue on Rte. 73 past Goshen Four Corners and Forest Dale to the junction of Rte. 7 at Brandon. Follow Rte. 7 South to Rutland and the junction of Rte. 4. Follow Rte. 4 East back to Killington.
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