Mount Snow Valley Vermont is excited to bring you their second annual “Vermont Life, Wine, & Harvest Festival.” This Vermont fall festival is quickly becoming a new favorite for all Vermont fall foliage tourists. Recently named one of Vermont’s top ten 2009 fall events, this fall festival brings you a weekend of scenic beauty and tasty treats. Festival Dates:
September 25-27 2009
Vermont Life, Wine, & Harvest Festival is famed for their weekend showcase of Vermont wines, specialty foods, and local artisans. This fall festival is located at the base of Mount Snow and provides you with a spectacular backdrop of the colorful mountainside. This fall festival is all about promoting the local talent and flavors of Vermont. As you stroll the festival events you will come across local painters, cheese makers, potters, jewelers, chefs, photographers, farmers and more.
You will not go hungry throughout this weekend long fall festival. Rise and shine and wake up to the mouth watering smells of a home-made Vermont breakfast. Breakfast provides a large spread of tasty treats- make sure you don’t miss the local Vermont maple syrup. For dinner you can delight your taste buds with the lip smacking flavors of the Bluegrass BBQ. Throughout the festival you will enjoy a series of wine pairing dinners at the Mount Snow Valleys finest restaurants.
Festival Tickets include a weekend pass to many of the festival events. For adults 21+ your ticket price is 40$ and includes: One admission to Friday Flynn Trio and BBQ at Matterhorn, One admission Saturday and Sunday to festival grounds, Commemorative wine glass at admission on Saturday and Sunday. For children ages 12-20 you can purchase a festival ticket that includes: One admission to Friday Flynn Trio and BBQ at Matterhorn, and one admission Saturday and Sunday to festival grounds.
Vermont Mount Snow Valley Fall Festival is located in southern Vermont’s Mount Snow Valley and takes place below the verdant mountainside of Mount Snow. Located at the base of Mount Snow, you will enjoy breathtaking views of the colorful mountainside while you enjoy your fall festival events. You can find this fall festival at the intersection of Routes 9 East and 100 South. During the festival you should tour the abundant Vermont hiking trails, kayak down their glistening rivers, and take a walk through the numerous art galleries and quaint shops.