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Woodstock area waterfalls and lots of covered bridges, Jenne Farm for the sunrise. Just
south of Woodstock. Cloudland road has nice buildings and farms. Sleepy Hollow farm on
Lyndonville for some covered bridges, don’t forget the back roads around Burke Hollow and
West Burke. Toll road to the top of Mount Burke for great panoramic views.
Lake Willoughby. Framed between 2,500-foot Mount Hor and 2,751-foot Mount Pusgah, is
probably one of the best scenic vistas in the state.
Hardwick and the area around the Craftburys. Nice villages, views and farms.
Danbury and south through the Peachams, Groton, Owl's Head lookout, Osmore Pond, Topshams
and East Corinth for very picturesque New England villages
East Orange, a classic New England village.
Northfield Falls. Red covered bridges right in town.
Route 100. From the south to the north up to Trapp Family Lodge, Glen Moss Falls
Warren off of route 100 on Main St. about 5-10 houses past the post office in Glen there
is a beautiful photo shot looking thru a natural bridge with small covered bridge and
waterfall in the foreground.
Kancamagus Highway between Lincoln and North Conway.
Franconia Notch State Park area is beautiful.
Peacham one of the most photogenic villages in Vermont.
East Corinth great village to photograph.
Montpelier State capital building--probably the most photographed building in Vermont
Equinox area nice drive and views. Great for sunset.
Craftbury Commons the location of Alfred Hitchcock's movie The Trouble with Harry.
Leffert's Pond take wildcat road east out of Chittenden best sunrise into early morning in spring or during fall colors.
For a nice drive with many photo ops take Route 28 past Gore Mountain, Indian and Raquette lakes to Inlet Big Moose to Lake George
Fall Colors in Vermont are super. Peak Color: from end of September to mid-October. For
a website that includes driving routes.
Good area’s are really all over the state. The Champlain Valley, St. Johnsbury and
Woodstock/White River Junction areas and, The Jenne farm, Gray farm north of Woodstock
and Sherbourne Farm further north, Waits River and Peacham , just drive on Route 100 taking
side roads, checking out the little villages and farms. The villages of Westin, Woodstock,
Waits River are got for shooting. Grandma Moses valley, just outside of Woodstock
For a loop routes take Route 16 across the north edge of Lake Willoughby to Barton and then
north on 58 to Orleans, then take 58 west to Irasburg. From Irasburg travel southwest on
Route 14 to Albany. From Albany leave the main highway for the paved and unpaved roads
through the farm lands around Great and Little Hosmer Pond, to the pretty village of
Craftbury Commons, Caspian Lake and Elligo Pond. Then back to Barton
From St. Johnsbury go west on Route 2 to Danville and then south to Harvey. For covered
bridge picture take short detour east to South Danville for a photo of the Green Bank
Hollow Bridge across Joe's Brook. Continue south to Peacham, then south through South
Peacham, Groton, East Topsham, and Topsham Four Corners. Another frequently photographed
village is East Corinth. At Route 25, head northwest toward Barre. You will want to stop
in the small, photogenic village of Waits River. East Orange is another outstanding
village for a detour. Continue on Route 25 then on Route 302 to Barre.
From Woodstock head east on Route 4 to Bridgewater Corners to 100A go south to Plymouth,
birthplace of Calvin Coolidge. Follow Route 100 south to Ludlow. You could detour to the
summit of Okemo Mountain for a panoramic view of the countryside. Take 103 to
Proctorsville and then to Chester. Then take 35 south through Grafton a restored town
with a covered bridge and Townshend, also a photogenic town. From Townshend, continue
south on Route 30 to Newfane. The trees that line the village in Newfane will be a
brilliant red, gold and orange in sharp contrast to the white colonial government
buildings of this county seat.
Lastly this trip has lots of mountain views, covered bridges, Jenne¹s farm, quaint villages
and farms. Total trip is about 75 miles. Start in Ludlow. Go south on Route. 103 to
Route 131 go east on 131 to route 106. Take 106 North into the village of South Woodstock
where you will make a left onto a dirt road named Hill Road the Kendon Valley Inn is on
this corner. Go on Hill Road to the Village of Woodstock. Then for a detour make a left
onto Route 12 N in the middle of town to River Road next to the Marsh-Billings Farm. Go
East on River Road about ¾ mile to Cloudland Farm Road make a left to the main road then
back to back to Woodstock. Back in Woodstock head west on route 4 to route 100A in
Bridgewater Corners. Turn left onto 100A and proceed south to the end at the intersection
with Route 100. Go left on 100 south back to Ludlow.
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