All Things Fall In The Upper Valley

Covered bridge is part of All Things in the Upper Valley.The Upper Valley comes to life in the fall. When the leaves begin to fall, almost everything in the Upper Valley is worth seeing and spending some time around. The Norwich Inn is the best place for this season and for people who want to experience everything in the Upper Valley during fall. Here’s a handy list of things to do during any fall season when you bring your family to the Upper Valley.

  • Grab a pint of beer at The Norwich Inn. It’s one of the top breweries in Vermont and the home of Jasper Murdock Ales, brewed right on-site.
  • Climb the Gile Fire Tower. It’s a great place to get an excellent view of the fall colors.
  • Eat some Vermont ice cream. Swing by Dan and Whit’s and try maple creemees, like soft-serve ice cream with crunchy maple bits.
  • Take the whole family to Patch Orchards. Try to find your way through the corn maze, pick apples, drink apple cider, eat cider doughnuts, and do more activities and treats.
  • Get hiking on the famous Appalachian Trail. It’s one of the best ways to get up close and experience a Vermont autumn.
  • Vermont is known for having rustic-covered bridges. You won’t have to travel far to find some, so bring your camera and snap some photos on the bridge and near the river.

Explore The Upper Valley

Out of all the things in the Upper Valley, we are sure you will find something to love. When you’ve exhausted your options, you’ll find that The Norwich Inn is more than accommodating. We’ve been in the area for a while. The Norwich Inn’s history dates to 1797, located near Dartmouth College. When you stay with us, we can guarantee that you will have plenty of things to do and see. Call us today at 802-649-1143 to learn more about our inn (or check availability online).

Best Car Drives For Vermont, New Hampshire Nature

Car on a Vermont Nature drive.Vermont and New Hampshire nature are beautiful to see during the fall months. But the season doesn’t last forever, so you should book your stay at The Norwich Inn today to ensure that you see the fall colors ASAP. It’s peak leaf-peeping season during fall, so pack your camera and a sweater and hit the road on these scenic nature drives in Vermont and New Hampshire.

Kancamagus Highway

This is a great path to see as it takes you on the White Mountains Trail and to the White Mountain National Forest. It’s about 35 miles long. The drive is also recognized as an American Scenic Byway

Connecticut River Scenic By-Way

This drive sits against the Canadian border and then follows the Connecticut River along the edge of New Hampshire. This drive is one of the best ways to see The Connecticut River and the beautiful nature that wraps around its shorelines.

River Heritage Tour

The River Heritage Tour is another scenic drive to give you gorgeous river views and the Appalachian Trail. In addition, pull over to view some quant architecture when you drive through some of the lovely towns in New Hampshire.

See New Hampshire And Vermont During The Best Season

It’s one of the most beautiful times of the year to see Vermont and New Hampshire nature, and you’ll see why immediately when you check into The Norwich Inn. Take some time to read more about the site in our travel guide. We’ve been in the area for a while. The Norwich Inn’s history dates to 1797, located near Dartmouth College. When you stay with us, we can guarantee that you will have plenty of things to do and see. Call us today at 802-649-1143 to learn more about our inn (or check availability online).