Fall colors are spectacular in historic Stowe, even more vibrant when enjoyed from the comfort of our historic Main Street Inn.
Where should one go, and when is the best time to see the leaves change in Vermont? Stowe, Vermont, is known around the world as one of the best places for enjoyment of autumn's colors. Now is the time to arrange for your autumn color enjoyment, before the vibrancy is gone.
Stowe is a quintessentially classic New England village. From September through close to Halloween, it is the best time to view fall foliage in Stowe. During this time, you can witness nature's most complete array of fall colors exhibited by a wide variety of trees. Maples, red oak, gum, hickory, birch, elm, redbud, sumac, poplar, and sourwood trees all display their most vibrant dressings for the pleasure of visitors.
Stowe sits at the base of Vermont's highest peak, Mt. Mansfield. All around Mt. Mansfield are hiking trails, rivers, and old growth forests to explore during the crisp, cool days of fall. Hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, canoeing, fishing, climbing, and other sports await those who enjoy being outside in this most glorious of seasons in New England.
For over a century, people have flocked to witness fall foliage in Stowe and the bounty of color produced by trees in this region. All of the color makes Stowe come alive, its picturesque red barns and village scenes accompanied by autumn's backdrop.
The Green Mountain Inn , a Stowe legend since 1833, offers a fall savings packag for visitors desiring to make the most of nature's bounty. This Fall Brilliance Package at the Green Mountain Inn includes two discounted nights at the historic inn, located on Main Street where everything happens in Stowe. Also included is a daily full country breakfast, scenic horse and carriage ride for a new perspective of the area's beauty, and a fall harvest picnic with wine.