Vermont: Lake Champlain Valley Fall Foliage

The striking red, glowing orange, and vibrant yellow fall foliage colors lining our Vermont: Lake Champlain Valley Fall Foliage tour are among the most spectacular in Vermont and all of New England. Enjoy lightly traveled country roads that wind through classic Vermont landscapes. Spectacular Lake Champlain is nestled between Vermont’s ancient Green Mountains and the imposing high peaks of the Adirondacks. Follow routes through centuries-old farmland sprinkled with classic barns and Vermont’s signature Holstein cows.


  • Stunning foliage lines the route at every turn.
  • Pass under stretches of covered bridges
  • Traverse Lake Champlain by boat


TypeRoad bike, hybrid, E-bike
Duration 6 days
LevelAll levels
Daily distance18 54 mi
Total distance276 mi
MonthSeptember, October
States or countryVermont
Airport startInternational airport Burlington
Airport finishInternational airport Burlington

Starting from $ 3,810.00

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