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Fall in New Hampshire a new guide

The best part of living in New England is its natural beauty. Here each season is unique and elusive. But, when it comes to the fall season it’s splendid. This time I visited New Hampshire. Every visit to NH, always find something new and it inspires me to return again and again. Even though I have posted a blog about fall in NH before, Today I will post some old and new found places to visit and things to do in NH during fall.

Artists Bluff Trailhead- One of the most scenic views and vistas engulfing Echo Lake and Canon Mountain this 1.5-mile hike trail is surely worth visiting. A sheer mix of exploration and challenge, it is a little steep and rocky, but the view is breathtaking. The only drawback is it is overcrowded. If you want to beat the crowd, choose early sunrise or weekdays. A good gripping shoe is a must. 

Crawford Notch State Park - Compared to the white mountain Crowford Notch is a little less talked about yet, this is one of the places truly charming whether you are an avid hiker or laid-back tourist. Crowford Noth offers some incredible trails, picturesque waterfalls, pristine lakes, and many vistas. Whether you stop by Willy's Historic House or many beautiful vistas or cascade it will mesmerize you. 

Driving away in Kancamagus Highway - When it comes to fall in NH it is no secret that Kanc Highway is the most visited and talked about and iconic. Here every corner is packed with fall panoramas. Get ready to immerse yourself in the sea of crimson, pink, orange, and yellows.  Whether you stop by charismatic cover bridges, gorges waterfalls, or overlooks this 34 miles highway has everything you want to experience in the fall season in New England. My favorites are Lower Fall, Sabbaday Falls, Sugarhill Overlook, Lincoln Woods Trail and Suspension Bridge, and Albany Coverbridge 

Explore a quaint little town - There is nothing as ultimate as exploring a quaint little town in the fall in New Hamshire. Every town boasts not just the beauty of foliage but you will be intrigued by its history or seasonal flavor. New Hampshire is filled with lovely towns but when it comes to Sugar Hill it's unique and offbeat. Whether you want to drive around in beautiful vistas everywhere, stop by and get smitten by the serenity of Saint Matthew's Chapel, or enjoy the overlook at Sunset Hill, or eat at the oldest Poly's pancake parlor, Sugarhill is fall-ready. 




  1. The colors are beautiful. New Hampshire in the fall is on my bucket list for sure.

  2. Breathtaking beauty wonderfully penned!

  3. Wow this looks absolutely fabulous, so very picturesque everywhere..

  4. Great photography and I love how you hair contrasts with the foliage! NH is definitely a great place to visit especially now!


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