4 ways to enjoy fall in New Hampshire

When you are lucky enough to predict and reach New Hampshire during peak fall foliage, you probably will feel you landed on a dream of mosaic colors.  The crimson burnt orange purple peachy pink or mellow yellow in the land of rolling hills nothing in the world beats the beauty of New Hampshire in fall. 
There are several ways you can enjoy the fall in New Hampshire. It's impossible to pick but will do our top four things. 








Mount Washington auto road: With endless views and vistas, America's 1st man-made attraction with 7.6 miles long is an experience on its own. Driving itself is a thrilling experience and you can stop around and see the amazing surrounding fall views. In the highest wind recorded summit, you will witness the enthralling yet stunning views of the valley and rugged mountain echos the beauty and pristine. 













Driving away in Kancamagus Highway: Breathtaking backdrops with whimsical fall color and hilly river, Kanamugas highways is the turn fairytale of fall in the fall season. Keeping in undulated and natural the destination through the road is magical. 



 Explore the lost river George and boulder caves Experience the fun and adventures together. Captivating views, waterfalls, caves, gorges one-mile loops with 1000 stairs welcome you with beauty and adventure and fall spell the beauty upon it. 







Covered Bridge: Not nature's wonder but man-made covered bridges are signatures of New Hampshire's beauty. Fall enhances the beauty of the cover bridge. Any seasons are wonderful but visiting those cover bridges in fall is breathtaking. 

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  1. Your coat is beautiful, as are your scenery pictures. Gorgeous!

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