The Best Leaf-Peeping Spots of Fall 2020: New Hampshire

We’re back with more spectacular leaf-peeping destinations for fall 2020. If you’re searching for mesmerizing fall foliage, look no further in New Hampshire.

First, take a drive down the Kancamagus Highway, which according to, is a stunning 34-mile drive through White Mountain National Forest. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

There are several stops along the way at White Mountain National Forest. You can linger at Sabbaday Falls to behold the breathtaking waterfall cascading into a jade-colored pool, take a ride on the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway to the summit of Cannon Mountain, browse in local shops, and more.

According to Visit New Hampshire, there are a handful of scenic train rides to enjoy. There is the Cafe Lafayette Dinner Train of North Woodstock, the Conway Scenic Railroad of North Conway, the Hobo Railroad of Lincoln, the Mount Washington Cog Railway of Bretton Woods, and more. You will undoubtedly view captivating scenery and the beautiful change of the leaves through the sprawling state.

Travel to Moose Alley to observe some of the state’s nearly 6,000 moose. It’s strongly advised that you drive along Moose Alley at “early morning” or “dusk” and remain in your car, because moose are not customarily docile animals when angered or threatened. While you’re in the area, you can also stop at The Poore Family Homestead Historic Farm Museum of Stewartstown, which offers a glimpse into the life of the Poore Family, who lived on the 100-acre farm from the 1830s to 1980s.

Whatever you do, know that you’re likely not far from enjoying a train ride, apple picking, corn mazes, or a scenic hike. New Hampshire is the Granite State, the White Mountain State, and “Switzerland of America.” You’re in store for the fall trip of a lifetime.


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