New Hampshire Fall Foliage // FLASHBACK FRIDAY

These days, I’ve got fall foliage tunnel vision. It’s like one last hurrah before winter sets in in the northeast, and I always like to fully soak it all up while I can. Though the foliage is less accessible for me now that I live in NYC without a car, Central Park does a pretty nice job with it.

Fact: No place does fall foliage like New England. I was spoiled growing up in Connecticut, but you know what? I think New Hampshire just might do it better.

new hampshire fall foliage 

I remember taking a spontaneous solo roadtrip one weekend in the fall of 2007 (was it really 6 years ago?!) up to see some New Hampshire fall foliage. My family used to vacation every summer up in NH, so I was all too familiar with the famed Kancamagus Highway. But never before had I seen it in autumn. You can’t really call them the White Mountains when they’re this colorful, eh?

Lindsay Buckley is the photographer and travel blogger behind Frugal Frolicker. She's a New Yorker currently based in Sydney, Australia, documenting outdoor travel experiences Down Under and beyond. Follow along with Lindsay's travel photography on Facebook and Instagram, and be sure to sign up for the monthly Frugal Frolicker newsletter!

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