Calling All Leaf Peepers: Falling For New Hampshire

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New Hampshire offers a variety of landscapes and activities to enjoy in every season. However, the state’s seasonal claim to fame has to be its gorgeous fall season. From September to October, the leaves on the trees in New Hampshire are bursting with reds, oranges, and yellows. This time of year draws people from near and far to explore and take in the colorful views. If you’re looking for things to do in New Hampshire in the fall, keep reading, we’ve put together a list of some NH fall attractions to enjoy. 


Kancamagus Highway

The Kancamagus Highway is a spectacular 34-mile drive situated in the middle of the White Mountains. With breathtaking views all around you and multiple pull-offs along the way, you can truly immerse yourself in the 800,000-acre National Forest in its most colorful season. 


Lakes Region

Although a popular destination in the summer months, New Hampshire’s Lakes Region offers some of the most beautiful views in autumn. With the vibrant colors reflecting off of the lake, it’s almost like you’re seeing the foliage twice! Take a trip to New Hampshire’s largest body of water, Lake Winnipesaukee, and enjoy the 75-mile loop around the lake. The towns along the way, such as Laconia, Wolfeboro, and Moultonborough, are also great places to stop for some shopping, entertainment, and dining. 


Moose Alley

Nestled in the northern part of the state in the Great North Woods, Moose Alley is a 75-mile stretch of Route 3 from the town of Pittsburg to the Canadian border. A scenic drive encompassed by stunning foliage and the occasional sighting of the state’s most majestic wildlife, the moose. Just take caution when driving in this area, moose occasionally wander into the road.


Mount Monadnock

One of the most popular and hiked mountains in the state, Mount Monadnock, is a 3165-foot climb to some of the most stunning views. This moderate level hike is one for a variety of skill levels and the trek up is just as beautiful as the view from the top. Once you’ve reached the peak you will be surrounded by 360-degree views of the towns below. 


The fall season is one of the most beautiful and magical times in New Hampshire. Whether you visit one of the above spots or if you’re simply taking a drive along the highway, you’re bound to be amazed by the foliage. If you’re looking to visit the granite state or even looking for real estate in New Hampshire, we’re here to help! We’re happy to help you find the right home, in the right location at the right price. You can start your New England real estate search by visiting

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