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The crisp air blows in and transforms green South Royalton into a palette of foliage colors. Oranges, reds, and yellows fill the trees that surround the campus. Even though most students are taking their first courses of the semester, the fun does not have to leave with the changing leaves. Here are the top ways to enjoy fall in and around South Royalton.
Hosting over eight varieties of pick your own apples, Liberty Orchards in Brookfield, Vermont offers a break from campus to hunt for the quintessential fall treat. Liberty Orchard is a family-owned business located just outside of South Royalton. Let's Go! »
Great Vermont Corn Maze
After a late night of studying, the perfect Saturday activity is a scenic drive up to Danville, Vermont to attend the Great Vermont Corn Maze. This attraction is the largest corn maze in New England and just over an hour drive from campus. The average person can spend over three hours lost in the maze. Navigating the largest maze in Vermont is not only a good escape from studying but a fun way to get some exercise too. Let's Go! »
Hiking the Appalachian Trail
The Appalachian Trail passes through West Hartford. It is easy to hop on the trail and either head towards Norwich or Pomfret through rolling hills, forests, and pasture, and find wild apples along the way. A day spent hiking through the rich forest of Vermont is the perfect way to connect with nature.
Pumpkin Spice Lattes at First Branch
A drink from First Branch Coffee is always ideal to pair with homework or a lecture, but when fall comes around, it gets even better. The pumpkin spice latte becomes a must- have for every student to sip while they’re studying or taking an autumn stroll through town. The rustic town of South Royalton paired with a pumpkin spice latte truly brings a transformative feeling that can only occur at Vermont Law School.