Mount Snow welcomes the Vermont Life Wine and Harvest Festival
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Mount Snow Resort
Mount Snow Resort
WEST DOVER- Mount Snow is preparing for what many people believe to be its most beautiful time of year, foliage season. With Labor Day in the rear view mirror, its focus turns to the inspiring shades of reds, greens, and yellows that occur for a brief period in the fall. For Mount Snow, foliage season is an opportunity to showcase its picturesque scenery through scenic chairlift rides, hiking or mountain biking.

Usually starting the last week of September and ending near Columbus Day weekend, the foliage in southern Vermont is among the best in the country. Vibrant colors, brisk fall breezes, and the sweet smell of maple sugar are just a few examples of what guests can expect to come across.

The Vermont Life Wine and Harvest Festival takes place at Mount Snow on Saturday and Sunday, September 25 and 26. This is a weekend that showcases Vermont wines, specialty foods, and artisans of all types. With a backdrop of beautiful fall foliage, attendees will have the opportunity to do everything from taste unique wines to shop through an eclectic mix of vendors. The Vermont Life Wine and Harvest Festival has been named one of Vermont’s top- ten fall events.

Of course no fall would be complete without lederhosen and German music. The 13th annual Oktoberfest and 37th annual Harvest Arts and Craft Show will take place in the Mount Snow base area on Saturday and Sunday, October 9 and 10. The Oktoberfest features German beer, food and games for $20 admission while the Arts and Craft Show is free for all to attend.

For more information on fall at Mount Snow please visit

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