The Best Way To See The Fall Foliage In New Hampshire Is With These 7 Weekend Activities

We can all agree that New England offers some of the most impressive fall foliage in the country. And New Hampshire offers some of the best in the region. It helps that we’ve also got rolling hills, adorable towns, and quaint covered bridges that turn the scenery into something out of a Hallmark movie. This is what makes it so easy to want to spend days looking at the changing leaves. If you agree, check out some fun ideas for how to take it all in before we’re past peak onto winter!

What are some of your favorite ways to enjoy the fall season? If you’ve got recommendations for places to see foliage, we’d love to hear about them in the comments!

While you’re out there exploring, don’t forget to spend some time in the state’s small towns. The charming town of Hanover, New Hampshire is picture-perfect for a weekend getaway.


Address: Kancamagus Pass, Lincoln, NH 03251, USA
Address: Hillsborough Recreational Trail, Deering, NH 03244, USA
Address: Purity Lake, Madison, NH 03849, USA
Address: Weirs Beach, Laconia, NH 03249, USA
Address: Bear Rock Adventures, 2638 North Main Street, Pittsburg, NH 03592, USA
Address: Conway Scenic Railroad, 38 Norcross Cir, North Conway, NH 03860, USA

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