Friday, October 1, 2010

Fall Foliage Leaf Peeping at the Kancamagus Scenic Byway in New Hampshire

Article by Eric H.

Photo: Albany Covered Bridge Kancamagus Highway, 9/11/08, by Jesse Mosston

Seems like there's a leaf peeping tourist for every colorful leaf on the Kancamagus Highway, but don't let the crowds impede your New Hampshire fall foliage visit to this famous location. This is simply one of the best scenic routes in New England to take in the brilliant fall foliage! The 34-mile highway, spanning from Lincoln to Conway in the heart of the White  Mountains, features some truly wonderful forest, river and mountains views. 

We just received some great "New Hampshire Fall Foliage Updates" news sent to us on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010, from the New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development stating that "Drivers will want to cruise the Kancamagus Highway for dramatic scenery, and take advantage of a number of stopping points, from roadside picnic areas to short and long hikes. Nearly 75% of the area is almost at peak and promises awesome fall colors along nearly every road."

Now is definitely the time to visit the Kancamagus Highway!

Editor's note: You can book a room near the Kancamagus Scenic Byway area by browsing hotels at discount rates in Lincoln and North Conway.

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