A Stunning Fall Foliege Aerial Video in Vermont

One of the best aerial drone video of nature available for free. It's fall in Vermont, the northeast beauty at its best. The song is "Riser" by Steve Moakler. The video was shot and edited by StealthGoose.

The beauty and splendor of a Vermont autumn has attained mythical status when it comes to sightseeing, atmosphere and must-do adventures. With forests covering three-quarters of our state, and the highest percentage of vibrant maple trees in the country, Vermont explodes with colors once the leaves start to turn. (vermontvacation.com)

There is no one 'perfect' time to visit Vermont to see peak foliage. Color change begins in mid-September and runs through the first two to three weeks in October and varies by elevation, progressing from north to south and higher to lower elevations during the course of the season. (vermont.com)

September is the gateway to the colorful autumn season of Vermont with moderately warm temperatures and a touch of rain. Early fall has average high temperatures in the warm 60°F (15.6°C) to 70°F (21.1°C) range, while the average low temperatures are in the mild 40°F (4.4°C) to 50°F (10°C) zone. (weather-us.com)

Source: StealthGoose.

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