Autumn in New England: The best places in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts to see the fall colours

Published on on 21st October 2018

Autumn used to be my least favourite time of the year. It signalled the end of summer and the inevitable arrival of winter.

But in New England, it meant the arrival of the foliage season, and with it, a stunning transformation of the region.

Depending on location, temperature and the weather for that year, the leaves start turning shades of golden, ruby and burgundy from the end of September, and the effects can last until early December.


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