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Hampshire's fall foliage display is an incredible annual show
which attracts people from all over the country. It's
said that New Hampshire and parts of China are the two places on
Earth where the combination of climate, landscape, and variety of
tree's allows such a magnificent color show. Vibrant orange
sugar maples, deep red swamp maples, vibrant yellow birches and copper leaved
oaks all combine to weave a beautiful portrait of color.
Lake Winnipesaukee Area
October 6th, 2012
around Lake Winnipesaukee, traditionally one of the last places in the state to
peak, are now showing about 75-90% color and should peak within 3 days. Away from the lake, the color
is near peak.
Reports for other New Hampshire
Tourism Department Reports
Neighboring States: reports for Vermont,
Maine and Massachusetts.
Foliage Photo Galleries
Browse our comprehensive index of
Drive along these
suggested routes to maximize your fall foliage pleasure.
Some tips to help you get the most out of your viewing.
To Preserve Leaves
Various methods to help you keep the leaves you've collected.
Foliage Status By The NH Department of Tourism
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