If there's one thing we look forward to every fall, it's driving through open country roads for a leaf-peeping trip. Whether the vibrant hues are located right outside your door, or you've been living vicariously through our , our latest video discovery is going to show you fall foliage like you've never seen it before.
Matt Benedetto recently used a drone to capture aerial footage of Vermont's peak foliage season on camera. The high elevations of Devil's Hill will truly take your breath away and remind you how stunning our country can be.
The video starts off by showing a hiker standing on a mountainous looking point. Then, the camera moves further and further away from its starting point, reducing the man to just a speck before he ultimately disappears into the stunning fall colors. As we look over miles of reds, oranges, and yellows, we're reminded that we too are just a small part of the never-ending beauty of nature.
While peak foliage season across some of Vermont's higher elevations may be about to end, this video is inspiring us to take advantage of the season while we still can. No matter how many items you've crossed off your , there's still a whole leaf-covered country out there for you to explore.