Thursday, September 17, 2009

More Scenic Motorcycle Rides for the New England Fall Foliage Season

Article by Eric H.

Bookmark and ShareFollowing up on Tom K.'s excellent article yesterday on motorcycle fall foliage rides in central Massachusetts, we received several other suggestions from our Twitter followers over the past few days.

Smugglers_Notch (Smugglers' Notch Resort in Jeffersonville, Vt.) said they see motorcyclists enjoying the drives through Smugglers' Notch Pass on Route 108, heading east to Stowe, Vt., or west to Burlington, Vt., and Lake Champlain.

NaswaResort (Naswa Resort On Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H.) states that the the White Mountains, Kangamangus Trail area "are gorgeous!"

gilsimmons (Gil Simmons, morning meteorologist for WTNH Channel 8, ABC, New Haven, Conn.) recommends Route 169 in Eastern Connecticut. Good choice, Gil! This is one of our personal favorite scenic drives in New England. We can't get enough of the farms, historic churches and classic Connecticut village green centers along the way.

For more information on Route 169, Jeffersonville-to-Stowe, and the White Mountains/Kancamagus Highway, please check out a article on the Best Scenic Drives in New England!

Happy motorcycle riding during the New England fall foliage season. Please have a safe ride and let us know if you have any more favorite scenic fall foliage motorcycle rides in our six-state region!

Editor's note: If interested in a book on motorcycle travel in New England, check out Motorcycle Journeys Through New England.

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