Friday, September 25, 2009

New Hampshire Foliage Updates, Sept. 24

Photo by Eric H.: Woods in Franconia Notch State Park, N.H.

Bookmark and ShareJust received an update from Betty Gagne, of the New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development, that more vibrant fall foliage colors have graced many parts of the "Granite State." The Fall Foliage Report for Sept. 24 states that "It’s autumn splendor in the Great North Woods region," and the "White Mountains Region is showing a blast of color in and around the area of Waterville Valley." Leaf peepers from The Lakes, Dartmouth-Sunapee, Monadnock and Merrimack Valley regions are also reporting more color, while the Seacoast region (usually the last to reach peak foliage) is showing greater progress than in past years, at this time.

For fully detailed fall foliage reports, we recommend calling the New Hamphire Division of Travel and Tourism Development Fall Foliage Hotline at 1-800-258-3608. Follow the prompts to check out the latest reports in each New Hampshire region.

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