Vermont Fall Foliage

Your Home Away from Home

sterling ridge cabin in foliage

Sterling Ridge Resort offers more than just log cabin lodging. Sterling Ridge is your home away from home to view Vermont Fall Foliage.

The Vermont Fall Foliage is so beautiful in Vermont that it attracts people from all over the world to view the amazing display of colors in the Green Mountains. Red, bronze, orange and yellow draw the spectator into natures mesmerizing show. The colors have drawn the attention of artists, writers, authors and magazine editors.


Fall Activities Around Sterling Ridge

Sterling Ridge Log Cabin Resort has been featured in Yankee Magazine’s, “Best Places to Visit for Fall Foliage” in 2012. “It’s always been exciting for me to open up a magazine and “WOW” there you are! Your local business featured as a CHOICE lodging property!” stated Susan Peterson, owner of Sterling Ridge, back in 2012. “So when I opened the September/October 2012 issue of Yankee Magazine featuring stories on Vermont fall foliage, my smile grew and I felt extremely proud of our once small Inn, now a 19 cabin resort, selected.  Sterling Ridge was picked as one of the “Best Places to Visit for Fall Foliage” by Yankee Magazine. The story covers details about our beautiful walking trails, hikes to the high-country, colorful drives through Smugglers’ Notch and of course, our mountain, Mount Mansfield. There are many other wonderful sites and activities in fall! You have to come to Sterling Ridge to see for yourself what words just cannot capture.”

Our Cabins

Vermont Foliage at Sterling Ridge Resort

Sterling Ridge Log Cabin Resort now has 23 cabins, the Field and Stream Dream Cabin and our “flagship”, The Mansfield House (the original 8 room B&B).  Changes have occurred over the past 25 years but what has not changed is your front row seat to view Vermont fall foliage. Let the covered porch of your own log cabin be the perfect spot for Mother Nature’s vividly, enchanting show of color!

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