Fall Weekend in Vermont

Cupcakes for Breakfast: Fall weekend in Stowe Vermont

I don’t know what’s keeping me from blogging this week really, but I think it’s all good things. Next week I’ll have more to share.

In the meantime, I wanted to share some of my favorite photos from my trip to Stowe, Vermont. It was the best kind of trip with…. beautiful fall colors, fun outdoor activities, great girl talk, relaxing spa time, comfort food, fresh air, good wine.

Cupcakes for Breakfast: Fall weekend in Stowe VermontCupcakes for Breakfast: Fall weekend in Stowe Vermont

A few highlights…TopNotch Resort was amazing. The service was spectacular and the views even more so. I’d stay there again in a heartbeat. Prohibition Pig was my favorite meal, even it was just for lunch. Delicious and interesting food + they serve Heady Topper. HT is a local IPA that’s a must-drink when in Vermont. I loved our walk around the Stowe Land Trust, maple lattes from Black Cap Coffee, and cider doughnuts from Cold Hollow. The Burlington Farmer’s Market is full of goodies and the views of Lake Champlain on a sunny day are stunning. Go in mid-October with girlfriends and you won’t be disappointed!

Cupcakes for Breakfast: Fall weekend in Stowe VermontCupcakes for Breakfast: Fall weekend in Stowe Vermont - lake Champlain Cupcakes for Breakfast: Fall weekend in Stowe Vermont - cider doughnuts Cupcakes for Breakfast: Fall weekend in Stowe Vermont - apple mill

Cupcakes for Breakfast: Fall weekend in Stowe Vermont - yellow leavesCupcakes for Breakfast: Fall weekend in Stowe Vermont

5 thoughts on “Fall Weekend in Vermont

  1. Rachael

    I LOVE your pictures! And am seriously lacking my usual Fall fix. Please post more so I can continue enjoying all the perks vicariously through your blog :)

    xox Rachael
    thewanderita.com

  2. Julie / Bound

    I think cider donuts might be my favorite thing about the East Coast. and the aspect I miss the most. Living there for three years gave me an appreciation for beautiful fall foliage and apple picking and scarves, but…cider donuts rule them all.

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