Fall road trips are certainly among the prettiest journeys you can make. As Mother Nature bedecks the trees in their most colorful finery, the landscape turns gorgeous shades of reds, browns and golds. And, although New England is synonymous with the colors of fall, other states are just as pretty. Have a look at these – some of the best fall road trips in the US.
1. Route 100, Vermont
One of the most scenic fall road trips is Route 100 in Vermont. It offers storybook views of incredible gold and red leafed trees, quaint tucked-away villages, maple shops and even white chapels poking out of valleys here and there. It is also known as the “skier’s route” because it passes many of the main resorts on its way from Massachusetts to the Canadian border. Popular resorts include Jay Peak, Okemo Mountain Resort, Killington, Mount Snow, Sugarbush, Stowe Mountain Resort and Mad River Glen. Because of the autumn sights and recreational areas, the road can be heavily trafficked in fall and winter, but it still feels very rural.