There are 54 days until winter starts, meaning that 54 days of fall are still in front of us. Over the years I’ve constantly been asked two main questions by people who want to see great fall foliage in New England. First, they want to exactly when to come to New England to get here …

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Even Jeff Foliage doesn’t know what the weather will bring to New England, but don’t let that keep you indoors. Days of light rain can be better for photographing the fall foliage. The shiny wet leaves are more vibrant then on a bright sunny day. So, where to go? We had a freeze last weekend …

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If your planned day of leaf-peeking in New England happens to be a rainy one, be of good cheer. Find yourself a poncho or other protection and get outside anyway. For photographers, the wetness of the leaves makes them more vibrant than on a dry and sunny day. So where to go? The Kancamagus Highway …

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“Saco.” “Swift River.” “Jackson.” These three words acquire a huge burst of emotion when they’re linked to the words “covered bridge.” There are hundreds of historic covered bridges in New England in spectacularly beautiful settings, and these three bridges in New Hampshire are among the easiest to find and visit on a compact drive. This …

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New Hampshire’s Kancamagus Highway – fondly known as “the Kanc” – is famous for its magnificent mountain views in all seasons, with an extra surge of splendor in the fall. The Kanc – technically Route NH 112 – extends 36 miles from Lincoln to Conway. It winds its way along the Swift River and many …

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