I often love to escape from my mundane life to somewhere quaint, where I can let myself meld in nature and at the same time with the culture, the food, and This is what I often long for in my monotonous life. I have visited many places in Vermont but, Stowe was on my list for a long time. As the pandemic halted life for so many of us in several ways, I decided to visit Stowe in the fall. Even though Stowe is popular with ski goers, but fall beauty of Stowe is unparalleled as if nature has created its own leisure time. Until I visited Sowe, I could not imagine how it felt like to be in Sowe, as if fall has sprinkled upon all its confetti of color in Stowe. A little yet charming town with opulent old architectural buildings in the backdrop of deep green mountains, lines like the hilly river, and beautiful churches popping up, it's simply mesmerizing.
Walk around the Stowe Village - One thing is to simply do nothing, but be smitten by the beauty of walking around or sit in a coffee shop and sip it slowly, just sink into the local culture.
Bike or Walk Stowe recreation Path - If you want to enchant by the fall beauty, the alleys encrusted with fall leaves or the color or the view, take a bike or just walk and wonder is right there in the 5.3 scenic and picturesque miles.
Drive to Smmugler's notch - A bit of adventure, driving through a narrow passage through the Green mountainbut if you want to witness the wonderful cascading roads and lines of yellow, smuggler's notch rewards you the best small waterfalls, little picnic areas, trails creeks, and whatnot.
Mount Mansfield - The highest peak of Vermont Mount Mansfield, but I would say beauty at its best, drive the car auto road or take a gondola ride nothing is unrivaled, views are breathtaking.
Cold Hollow Cider - No fall trip would be complete without tasting some donuts and cider. It is the best donut and cider in the town. Also, experience the process of making or a tour of the old school pressing room.