Where to See Fall Foliage in New England, State by State
The best destinations for an autumn adventure.
This article originally appeared on TravelandLeisure.com.
There’s arguably no better time to visit New England than in the heart of autumn. With covered bridges here, apple-picking there, and a kaleidoscope of golds, reds, and oranges as far as the eye can see, the American Northeast is pretty much heaven for those who love fall.
Here, state by state, are some of the most beautiful places to soak in the region’s prettiest season. (Pro tip: Check a foliage map, Facebook, and Twitter before you go to make sure you’re not too early or late; a lot depends on temperature, moisture, and the whims of Mother Nature.)