Looking for an interesting way to take in the fall foliage in Connecticut. How about a bird’s-eye view? Literally get up into or above the trees. How? you may ask. Try one of these ways to get above it all…
In an Airplane – Take an aerial sightseeing tour in a vintage 1941 Boeing . . . → Read More: Fall Foliage in Connecticut – Get Above it All
We already outlined some interesting ways to see fall foliage in New Hampshire’s Lakes region (Fall Foliage in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region), we now turn our attention to the New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
The White Mountains of New Hampshire are world famous for their fall color. There are many great ways to get out . . . → Read More: Fall Foliage in New Hampshire’s White Mountains – Many Ways to See the Color
It’s official. Today, September 22 is the official first day of fall for 2012. Summer has come to a close and what follows can be a wonderful time in New England. Yes the days are getting shorter and the weather cooler – but the weather can still be quite nice, and there are so . . . → Read More: Happy Fall 2012
Our friends at the Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) have reminded us of a great way to get out to see fall foliage – paddling along the NFCT, of course!
Some of the most spectacular fall scenery can be found along the banks of rivers, streams, lakes, and ponds. What better way to see . . . → Read More: Fall Foliage from the Northern Forest Canoe Trail
Covered Bridge on the Wentworth Golf Course in Jackson, NH
Fall is a great time of year for photographers regardless of your skill level. Let’s face it, Mother Nature does most of the work. You pretty much can’t go wrong if you point a camera at a tree in full color. But there . . . → Read More: How to Take a Great Fall Foliage Picture
Yes we know that most are still thinking summer and looking forward to Labor Day weekend as summer’s last hurrah. But Mother Nature works on her own schedule and the leaves have started turning in northern New England. Now the truth of the matter is that it is still very early and the color . . . → Read More: First Foliage Report of the 2012 Season
The Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing and Discover Vermont Vacations have teamed up to provide you the chance to win a week-long fall foliage vacation for 2 at the Vermont Lake House located on Lake Champlain with great views of the Lake, the Green Mountains, and the Adirondacks.
See Discover Vermont Vacations to . . . → Read More: Win a Fall Foliage Vacation Getaway in Vermont
The 2011 autumn foliage season has come to be defined by two major weather events.
Begins with a Tropical Storm Fall foliage season had just gotten started when Tropical Storm Irene blew through the region taking down branches, and trees, damaging leaves, and soaking the region with torrential rain. The indignities done to the . . . → Read More: Two Storms Bookend the Fall Foliage Season
Foliage season is not yet over in New England, it’s just moving south. While pockets of color do remain in Northern New England (ME, NH and VT), most of Northern New England is past peak and on to moderate to significant leaf drop.
But in Southern New England fantastic fall color is still abundant. . . . → Read More: New England Fall Foliage Moves South
For some the Head of the Charles Regatta is as big a fall tradition as apple cider and fall foliage. It is the largest two-day rowing event in the World and it will be held this weekend on the Charles River that divides Boston from Cambridge.
The Regatta was founded by members of the . . . → Read More: Head of the Charles Regatta