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Foliage Self-guided Tours

As a general rule, you can be assured of viewing brilliant colors from the last week of September through the first two weeks of October (with some isolated color both before and after). Make your reservations early! People flock to our beautiful village from all over the world to see nature's most impressive show!

Roads & Tours Around Stowe - Stowe is surrounded by spectacular scenery and exceptional vistas. Following are eleven recommended driving trips to enjoy during a visit to Stowe. Each trip begins at the Stowe Visitor Information Center on Main Street in Stowe. Remember to set your odometer at 0. While enjoying Stowe's scenic back roads, please be careful of bicyclists and runners.

Trip 1: Moscow and Little River (7.9 miles)
Trip 2: Edson Hill and West Hill (11.1 miles)
Trip 3: Brush Hill (8.6 miles)
Trip 4: Elmore Mountain and Randolph Road (19.7 miles)
Trip 5: Stowe Hollow, Little River Dam, Ben & Jerrry's and Cold Hollow Cider Mill (37.4 miles)
Trip 6: Sterling Valley and Mud City (23.9 miles)
Trip 7: Montpelier, Worcester and Lake Elmore (55.8 miles)
Trip 8: Jeffersonville, Johnson & Hyde Park (42.2 miles)
Trip 9: Craftsbury Common, Hazen's Notch & Covered Bridge (115.8 miles)
Trip 10: Stage Coach Road and back to Johnson (30.8 miles)
Trip 11: Gregg Hill, Winooski River and west approach to Nebraska Range (77.7 miles)

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