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Fall foliage and “snowliage” in Vermont

Posted Monday, October 10, 2022
— Fall & early season, Mt. Mansfield
Orange fall foliage with a double chairlift in foreground

Hiking at a ski area with colorful fall foliage. October 6, 2022.

Snow atop Mt. Mansfield with a lake and sailboat in foreground

Mt. Mansfield with a bit of snow, seen from Lake Champlain. October 8, 2022.

We have been enjoying the most colorful time of the year in Vermont. We are hiking amongst reds, oranges and yellows. Good stuff!

And this weekend our highest peaks got a taste of winter. We had “snowliage.” You know, when Mother Nature shakes a bit of snow on top of the fall foliage.

We sure are lucky to have a variety of seasons here in New England, aren’t we?!?

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