Join us for a weekend in pastoral vermont, where the foliage displays are almost as incredible as the maple syrup. you're in for leaves, cows and quaint new england sights galore.

We'll be meeting up for lunch at Quechee Gorge, a gorge that is 165 ft. deep. We'll then make our way to Sugar Bush Farm, where you can take a self-guided Maple Syrup tour and taste their products to your heart's content (mmm cheese, meats and Vermont syrup goodness). We'll have a sunset shoot at Sleepy Hollow Farm - one of the most picturesque areas at this time of year. We'll be sure to teach you about composition and how to use filters if you have them. For day two, we'll be waking up very early to capture the glory of an autumn morning at the 'most photographed farm in America' at Jenne Farm. We'll then head toward Mt. Killington for some waterfall photography at nearby Thundering Brook, and finish the weekend at the Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge.

Check out our blog post from when we scouted these locations during the fall of 2016!

 
 

Meeting Location

Meet at Quechee Gorge Visitor Center Lot at 1 PM, just in time for lunch.


Itinerary

October 20

1:00 PM: Meet at Quechee Gorge
2:00 PM: Sugarbush Farm
5:00 PM: Sleepy Hollow Farm  
7:00 PM: Dinner (optional)

October 21

6:00 AM: Jenne Farm
8:00 AM: Break for Breakfast/checkout
10:00 AM: Thundering Brook
2:00 PM: Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge

Physical Difficulty

Standing and walking on grass, gravel paths, boardwalks, and forest trails with slight inclines. An optional steeper walk to a higher viewpoint of Thundering Brook Falls.

ACCOMMODATIONS

We recommend staying in Woodstock, VT,
as it is the most central location to all of our shoot spots.

 Every registrant will receive a free spiffy lens cloth for all your camera cleaning needs!

Every registrant will receive a free spiffy lens cloth for all your camera cleaning needs!