Videos of Vermont fall foliage and autumn scenes throughout the Northeast Kingdom
Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom is it’s best kept secret. Far from the urban inspired, impersonal areas of Burlington and Chittenden County, the Northeast Kingdom is special. Even more so during the autumn months when leaves begin to change from green to multi colored hues of yellow, orange and red. The hills and valleys become alive with fall foliage colors from Derby Line to Peacham and Groton and everywhere in between. Harvest festivals and craft fairs abound to celebrate this special albeit, too short time of year when the air is crisp and cool and the leaves of autumn fall gracefully to the Vermont soil. Those of us who are fortunate enough to live in Vermont get to witness and take part in this annual fall ritual but we never take it for granted. Some years the colors are more spectacular than others while others can be a bit less than desired. In any case, autumn in Vermont is very special indeed!
Here are some wonderful videos of Vermont in the autumn season. Fall foliage season in the Green Mountains of VT is colorful and filled with all the delights of fresh autumn leaves, pumpkins and harvest markets.
Northeast Kingdom’s Clyde River in the Fall
Early foliage color in Island Pond, Vermont
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