Sharon to Jericho St, Vermont
- Best times to do it: Oct 15-20th
- Duration: 30 minutes to 1.5hours (depends on how many times you stop to snap pics.
- Length: 9.2 miles
- Alternate routes: If you decide to start it in White River Junction then you can add 2-3 miles to the length.
- Map of this route is at the bottom of the article
You will need to head South on Route 132 to just before it hits Route 14.
In this location you will find the Sharon Congregational church and right next to it is a bandstand that in the early morning hours on a sunny day (probably late afternoon isn’t too bad either. But I prefer morning.
In about 8 miles you will see Jericho Street on the north or east side of the road. you follow this up the hill and as you almost crest the hill you will see the horse farm on the left below the road. Pull over as far as you can, as there isn’t much room to pull over.
If you don’t know where the Jenne Farm is… well I guarantee I will have that fall foliage location up on the site soon and you will be able to check it out.
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