Exploring fall foliage in New Hampshire’s Seacoast Region! And some cool spots for photo opps!

View looking out over forest at Pawtuckaway State Park

What a beautiful fall this year in New Hampshire, despite it arriving a little later than usual. While peak foliage has come and gone in many regions of the state, the change of seasons typically happens last on the Seacoast.  That seems to be holding true again this year.  Certainly with the most recent storm many of the leaves are off the trees, even in this area, but the beauty of the season has not fallen from view.  Come along as we explore the foliage and highlight some great spots for photo opps. Learn More

Picture perfect fall scenery takes center stage in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region

Lake with person biking and foliage on the trees

The fall foliage in New Hampshire may have started a little bit later than usual due to some unseasonably warm weather in September, but the colors right now in many areas of the state sure are captivating.  We saw some incredible shades of peach, coral, red and yellow lining the roads throughout the  Lakes Region.  Come along to see the show Mother Nature has in store for you! Learn More

Finding fall foliage in the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region

Kayaking on pond at Pillsbury State Park

It’s almost as if Mother Nature flipped a switch, and boom, there’s a fall feel in the air.  With more seasonable temperatures here, perhaps the trees will take their cue and dazzle us with their seasonal display of fiery colors. We’ve seen some nice pops of color on the routes we’ve traveled so far this season but we’re still waiting for the really big show. We headed to the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region to see how the colors there are coming along. Learn More

7 Spots for Photo Opps for Fall Foliage in New Hampshire’s White Mountains

 

Foliage looking out from Cannon Mountain

The calendar now officially says fall, but it seems Mother Nature isn’t letting go of summer.  After cooler temps earlier this month, and what appeared would be an earlier than usual start to the foliage season, the warmer weather has returned which seems to be slowing the annual transformation of all those lovely leaves.  Even still, we did find some peaks of color popping out around the White Mountains. Learn More

Road trip to NH’s Great North Woods: Waterfalls, Mountain Views and Fall Foliage too!

Downtown Lancaster with statue and building in background

Autumn in New Hampshire is truly one of my favorite times of the year.  And for those of you who’ve been following along since last fall, you know one of the things I love to do during this season is leaf-peeping!  I’m so excited to once again be traveling around the state this fall to share the fantastic foliage New Hampshire is so well known for.  Our first v-log is a trek through New Hampshire’s Great North Woods where we found waterfalls, incredible mountain scenery and foliage too! Learn More

6 Things to Include on Your Visit List to Hanover & The Upper Valley

Dartmouth College Campus Buildings

 

Hanover is well known as being home to Dartmouth College, but there’s a lot to discover beyond the Ivy League School.  From covered bridges, public art exhibits, and fun, quirky shops to walking a section of the Appalachian Trail.  (Yes, it’s a small section, but nonetheless a part of the Appalachian Trail goes right through downtown Hanover). Come on along, we’ll show you! Learn More

Exploring the Oldest Summer Resort Town in America: Wolfeboro, NH!

View of Lake Winnipesaukee from the Wolfeboro Town Docks

I’ve always been fond of the lovely lakeside community of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.  One of the first things I like to do when I take a trip to the town, is head to the town docks and just sit back and enjoy the beautiful views of the Big Lake (aka Lake Winnipesaukee).  But beyond the scenic beauty, you’ll find the small town charm that many New Hampshire towns are known for, and let’s talk about all the things you can see and do when you’re visiting.

We packed a lot into our trip to town. As promised here are links to the places we highlighted while there:  Wolfeboro Trolley Company, New Hampshire Boat Museum, The Wright Museum, and the Wolfeboro Recreational Rail Trail.  There are certainly many, many more sights to see and places to visit and a great resource for more information is the Wolfeboro Area Chamber of Commerce.

Thought I’d share a few of the pictures I captured on my travels through town.  Enjoy! Be sure to stay tuned for our next v-log when we head to the town that boasts the oldest surviving covered bridge in the world!
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