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Vermont is one of the most stunning states in New England famous for maple syrup, the Green Mountains, charming historic towns as well as the Ben and Jerry’s ice cream factory.

Fall is arguably the most popular time to visit Vermont thanks to spectacularly radiant Autumnal foliage colors. Some of the best areas for leaf peeping include Quechee State Park and Smugglers’ Notch State Park.

There are numerous endearing towns scattered throughout the Green Mountain State. Read about some of the best cities to visit below:

Covered bridges are an incredibly popular part of a visit to Vermont, with more bridges per square mile than any other US state.

Read more about Covered Bridges in Vermont.

If you are heading to New England in autumn, consider making it a multi state road trip with the 10 best stops to see the fall colors.

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