A dronie showcases the amazing Vermont Fall Foliage season at it's peak. Talk about natural beauty. This drone video is shot at Devil’s Hill located near Peacham, Vermont, a popular hiking spot for outdoor enthusiasts. Drones have been the biggest buzzing trend in the tech world for the past year and this video serves as evidence surrounding the hype behind privately-owned drones to sail the open skies.
But as of recent, drones have been met with controversy, raising concerns in invasion of privacy and drug smuggling. But not to worry, this drone video only shows Vermont’s fall season in its greatest form.
This video comes directly from Matt Benedetto, an entrepreneur and founder of Eastern Collective, a technology accessories company. Benedetto launched a line of textile-wrapped cables for various electronics in 2013 and it made him an overnight success.
From his humble roots of living near New York City, Benedetto has been bringing mountain culture to a wider audience and has been making a splash in the tech world. Benedetto, an outdoor enthusiast skiing in his free time, also has other cool drone videos of the Manhattan Bridge in New York and Lake Champlain in US/Canada in his Vimeo channel.
As mentioned before, this drone video showcases Devil’s Hill in the fall which is known for its easy climb of less than half an hour and its spectacular views west. A secluded trail, Devil’s Hill is a perfect location to explore and familiarize yourself to Vermont’s beautiful and rugged parks if you’re ever in town.
The trail lies within the Groton State Forest, a Central Vermont gem and treasure. So whether you are in Vermont for business or vacation in the near future, be sure to walk this trail in the summertime or snowmobile during wintertime.