Take A 3-Hour Drive Through New Hampshire To See This Year's Beautiful Fall Colors
By Michelle|Updated on August 08, 2023(Originally published October 19, 2021)
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There’s no better place to see this year’s stunning fall colors than right here in New Hampshire. No matter where you are you’ll be surrounded by them, but it’s even more fun to go on a road trip to search them out. In a place this heavily forested, just about any road will do. Even the highways here will lead to great scenery. To make a real day out of it, consider heading out on this road trip to some truly gorgeous spots. When the leaves are at their peak hop in the car and go on this amazing fall foliage road trip in New Hampshire. Before you go don’t forget to use this map so you can customize your trip.
You can easily make this trip as long as you want with so many hiking trails and overlooks. Every road trip requires a good road trip checklist so make sure you check out ours for some good ideas to pack your vehicle. Do you have any must-do day trips during the fall? We’d love to hear about your favorite places to visit this time of year.
A portion of this drive will take you on the Kanc, but driving the entire thing is a great option. One of the most scenic drives in America is right here in New Hampshire and we love it in the fall!
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