Find Out When The Leaves Will Change Color In New Hampshire With This Interactive Fall Foliage Map

Each year we ease out of summer (if you’re like us, a bit unwillingly) and head into fall looking for the changing leaves to make us feel cozy and more peaceful. Each year we think we’ll have plenty of time to see them, but each year it seems like they appear overnight and then disappear just as quickly. To avoid that this year we’ve been researching when and where to see the best foliage and this interactive map has proven to be incredibly useful. Based on their research, this is what you can expect here in New Hampshire!

Where have you seen some of the best fall foliage this year? Let us know and we’ll add it out our list of spots to explore! And whether you follow this map or choose to look for your own changing colors, there’s a lot to explore in the great outdoors. Start with these 7 hiking trails in New Hampshire that lead to the best fall foliage views in the state!

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