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Why Vermont Is the Best Place for Fall Foliage

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Why Vermont Is the Best Place for Fall Foliage

Short | 01:53

Take a journey over the fiery red foliage of fall and the covered bridges of Montgomery, Vermont.


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When Robert Frost penned "The Road Not Taken," he was writing about Vermont, and his poem captures the state's unscathed beauty and independent spirit. This state of freethinking and green living attracts all sorts, from artists like Norman Rockwell and the von Trapp family, to nature enthusiasts drawn to its hiking trails, ski slopes and autumn foliage. This aerial tour over the Green Mountain State captures the beauty and history of a state that chose its own path.

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