This Summer sure has whizzed by, but heck, it’s time for Fall. Pumpkin spice this, pumpkin spice that, and warm wool blankets will ensure you are in for a treat when the leaves start to change color and start their descent to the ground below. One of the best places in the world to see the fall foliage is the great state of New Hampshire. The best viewing is typically between the September to October timeframe when the colors are in full effect. Here is a list of some of the best places to view the colorful array of leaves this Fall in the Granite State:
The Kancamagus Highway
Hop in your vehicle, fill up your gas tank, get some snacks, and pack up your favorite thick wool blanket like the plaid wool blankets from our Farmhouse Collection. Make your way toward the White Mountains and drive the Kancamagus Highway between North Conway and Lincoln. Along the way, there will be many pit stops where you can get out and hike, see waterfalls, and have breathtaking views of the White Mountains as you travel the 35 miles of this scenic byway.
Make a driving loop around one of New Hampshire’s most beautiful lakes or even pack the canoe or kayak and get out on the water. Pack a gray wool blanket, black and white plaid wool blanket, or one of our many other merino wool blankets for your Lake Winnipesaukee adventure. Whether on the lake or driving around through the quaint little towns, you’ll be amazed at the beauty you’ll find all around you.
The Great North Woods Region
Want to see Fall Foliage and possibly a friggin’ moose? Look no further than Moose Alley in Northern New Hampshire between Pittsburg and the Canadian border. This location makes for a great weekend camping trip. Bring your tent, some warm gear, camera, and a heavy wool blanket.