Fall Foliage New England Guide

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With Fall already at our doorsteps, there are several things that you can do to start off a great season. Taking a scenic drive or hike to see the best fall show is one of the best choices. There is no better fall show than fall foliage.

Fall Foliage in New England promises to be a blast of colors and views. Although 2018 was not as expected for leaf peepers, 2019 will leave you blown away with breath-taking splashes of reds, yellows, and oranges. Here are some most loved and sure to be amazing spots for a great leaf-peeping experience.

Woodstock, Vermont

Woodstock, Vermont is a beautiful fall foliage destination. It is popular for not just the colorful leaves but the scenic walks and bridges as well. The area is quite busy with shops and an eyeful of colonial homes. There are interesting activities to indulge in. Visit the Billings Farm & Museum for fresh, tasty, local Vermont Cheese. Hike in the woodlands of Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park to enhance your leaf-peeping experience. You can enjoy your stay at the Woodstock village Inn & Resort.

Stowe, Vermont

This destination is recognized by tourists for Mount Mansfield which is popular during winter. This winter rush does not stop Stowe from delivering on an exotic, lush, and colorful fall foliage during fall months. A good place to stay in the Lodge at Spruce Peak.

Fall Foliage New England Guide

North Conway, New Hampshire

Expect brightly colored fall foliage and a powerful combo of this amazing view beside streams or sparkling waters. You can stay at the Hampton Inn & Suites North Conway.

Manchester, Vermont

Manchester is a wonderful destination for fall foliage. It is not as busy as Stowe. It offers a serene environment with no crowds but lots of fun activities, great places to stay, and the best meals. While experiencing the most beautiful leaf-peeping moments, take hikes around Manchester, enjoy a Cider doughnut, taste a Maple creemee, and drive around. Stay in comfortable locations like The Reluctant Panther Inn, Hill Farm Inn, and the Palmer House.

Lenox, Massachusetts

October is the peak foliage month in Lenox. The trees turn all month exploding in colors that just leave you in awe. The timing for the perfect views varies throughout the month, so there’s always time to catch the color. Accommodation options include inns, hotels, and B&Bs. Try the Chambery Inn, Thirty-Three Main, Red Lion Inn, and Summer White House.

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About Marie Villeza

Marie Villeza was inspired to start ElderImpact.org after she watched her son teach her father how to play Angry Birds™ on his smartphone. In that moment, she realized the importance of bringing the generations together so they can usher each other into the future, breaking down walls of fear and time. In her free time, Marie enjoys gardening, hiking, and taking part in her monthly book club.

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