foliage leaf from 2003Welcome to Foliage-Vermont 2019

September 18th, 2019early fall foliage map

The progression of fall color is fully underway. We are getting reports of early color all over the state, particularly in higher elevation areas. Our forum members are reporting that the color seems about 5 days ahead of schedule. The map here is showing a pretty accurate rendition of how things are.

All signs point to a very colorful season according to the Vermont Department of Tourism…
"Fall foliage is underway, and all factors are in place for another fabulous season to emerge. It’s been a strong growing season, and as the days shorten, we look forward to the onset of fall weather with bright, sunny days and cold nights to bring the next layer of color and vibrancy to our world-famous autumn landscape.

Vermont is still in the early phase of the foliage season, characterized by the gradual fade of green and the emergence of yellows and oranges. There is a touch of red scattered among the earliest changing trees.

Best Bets for Color This Week: Head for the Northeast Kingdom. Lakes Willoughby and Seymour and the peaks of Mount Pisgah and Mount Hor will start to pop with color as we head into the weekend."

Check out our list of Farmers' Markets and Fall Festivals

See a daily progression of the color in northeastern Vermont here!

Latest panorama: Monday, September 17th,

 

 

foliage color in  tiny planet

 

One of the best foliage season's ever for color. Wait for the sun!

See a gallery of 360 degree Fall Foliage Panoramas from the 2018 season here

Don't forget to click on the camera to send someone a picture!

 

Panoramas produced by Vermont360.com

(Click in the panoramas to move around up and down and side to side!)