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Vermont's Scenic Backcountry Route 116 Road Trip

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This two-lane rural road, in the foothills of the Green Mountains, traverses through farmland, forests, open meadows and small villages. The southern end of the road runs along the western edge of the Green Mountain National Forest. SR 116 is also noted for its dazzling fall foliage.
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In the foothills of the Green Mountains, SR 116 is a rural road that travels through quaint villages, open meadows, forests and farmland. The southern end of the route travels along the western boundary of the Green Mountain National Forest. Don’t miss the annual fall foliage display from around mid-September until late October.