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Birch Ridge Inn
Fall Foliage Picture
of the Day
Birch Ridge Inn foliage
Thursday, October 18, 2018
A fitting end to the 2018 Fall Foliage gallery. The inn under the first dashes of snow of the upcoming winter season.




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Monday, Sep 18, 2017
Color progressing at Killington
Fall colors greet Spartans at Killington on Sunday

Fall colors greet Spartans at Killington on Sunday

Fall colors greet Spartans at Killington on Sunday

Fall colors greet Spartans at Killington on Sunday

The march of the seasons is underway. Fall colors are invading the area as the seasons make their annual change.

Killington peak is starting to show good color at the base areas. Treetops are showing deep colors with maroon red being the favorite thus far. Orange hues are not far behind. As the days get shorter as we enter the march towards winter, the colors will become much more pronounced over the next few weeks.

Colors around the inn and in the Killington Basin are following the lead of the mountain and beginning to pop. While the last several nights have been warmer, we had a spell of cold weather last week which helped to set the color change in motion. We have not yet seen a frost on the mountain, but low lying areas around town appeared to have experienced one last week, according to reports from some local gardeners.

The area around Killington Peak is beginning to show color.  Taken September 17, 2017
The area around Killington Peak is beginning to show color. Taken September 17, 2017

Elsewhere around town, colors are starting to get vibrant along both the Route 100 and Route 4 corridors. Along Route 100, colors are showing quite nicely in the hills surrounding the Green Mountain National Golf Course. On Route 4, the Sherburne Pass near Pico is becoming also quite colorful. The Sherburne Flats of Route 4 are showing some color, especially highlighted by early morning or late afternoon sun.

It is a beautiful time to visit Central Vermont and the Killington region. For the next 30 or so days, the area will be beautiful with fall colors. After that, it is on to winter with the World Cup on tap for Thanksgiving Weekend.

If your travels bring you to Killington...stop in and see us. Where ever you may be, keep it in the fairway and keep using your sun screen.





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