Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Northern New Hampshire Foliage is "Head and Antlers" Above the Rest

Photo by Marc H., courtesy of TravelGuideOfAmerica.com

Northern New Hampshire foliage is near or at full peak, which is sure to delight all walks of life from people to your standard New Hampshire moose!

VisitNH.com sent us some updates yesterday telling us that the Great North Woods Region features spectacular color all over the region with bold reds and oranges everywhere. In the White Mountains, higher elevations show near-peak conditions with plenty of bright yellows, peachy oranges and various shades of red. Franconia Notch and points north is described by one leaf peeper as a “palette beyond compare” with truly outstanding color and vibrant panoramic views. Routes 3, 142, 116 and 117 are perfect for scenic drives. Other brilliant colors can be seen on Route 49 in Waterville Valley, the Kancamagus Highway and Route 302 along Crawford Notch State Park.

For a recorded report on the latest New Hampshire fall foliage reports, call 1-800-258-3608.

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