This Dreamy Road Trip Will Take You To The Best Fall Foliage In All Of Boston
Boston and its surrounding areas are looking gorgeous right now. As the leaves continue to turn, New England will be painted with astonishingly intense color, and if you’re a fan of leaf peeping, you’ll want to soak in that sight. We’ve put together a 74-mile drive that links together some of the prettiest places to visit this fall. For your convenience, this route is a loop so you can hop on at the point nearest you. The actual drive time is estimated at 2 hours and 38 minutes (providing you don’t attempt this in rush hour)!
Here is a map for your journey. Now, brace yourself for some spectacular views, plenty of hiking opportunities, and the peace that comes from being surrounded by nature.
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Are you up for a drive?
Even if you don’t want to venture beyond the city, you can always wander through Boston’s stunning tunnel of trees this fall.