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Must visit three places in Woodstock, Vermont

In Vermont, every place is engulfed in its unique beauty and charm. Last year, we visited Woodstock, and if you visit Woodstock, you must add these three places to your list, too.

Quechee Gorge and Village - You can take a hot air balloon ride or walk on the bridge to witness this beauty. The deepest gorge in Vermont is 165 feet deep, located on Route 4. You can hike down for more wonderful views.  Just a few minutes away is the Quechee Village, with a lovely set of fruit vendors, maple syrup, candy, and antique shops in Alpaca. One quint place to visit for a bit of everything, and you can walk from one place to another easily, look for souvenirs and things, or just look around. 

Driving around Taftsville Covered Bridge - No fall visit to Vermont is complete without visiting a covered bridge. Not just the visit, but if you drive around this beautiful red-colored historic covered bridge, you can see the quintessential raw beauty of Vermont at the onset of the robust fall colors, which are picturesque and quaint. 

Sleepy Hollow Farm - An Instagram-worthy, this serene, beautiful farm visit is free of cost. Gorgeous set of farmhouses with a beautiful pond and sweeping road nested in the vivid colors of maple trees in a location for picture-perfect views. Thanks to the goodness of the owner, who gladly allows thousands of visitors to take pictures without any cost. 


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