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    Route 7, Vermont #TravelsBest

  • Becky Morris

    “In southern Vermont, Route 7 runs north/south through the Green Mountains. During a stretch just north of Bennington is a valley between 2 ridgelines covered in trees, many of them maples and birch. Around Oct. 12-15 is a great time to take a drive up Route 7 to see peak colors.” -- Jeff “Foliage” Folger, Fall Foliage Sage and Photographer

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    Vermont barn in autumn

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“This grand dame of foliage routes -- the ‘Kanc’ (#Kancamagus Highway) -- is always worth a drive, but I suggest taking Route 112 west past the quaint little town of Woodstock, NH. Continue on Route 112 to Kinsman Notch at Beaver Pond -- a great spot for beginners and pros alike to photograph fall foliage.” -- Jeff “Foliage” Folger, Fall Foliage Sage and Photographer

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