“This grand dame of foliage routes -- the ‘Kanc’ (#Kancamagus Highway) -- is always worth a drive, but I suggest taking Route 112 west past the quaint little town of Woodstock, NH. Continue on Route 112 to Kinsman Notch at Beaver Pond -- a great spot for beginners and pros alike to photograph fall foliage.” -- Jeff “Foliage” Folger, Fall Foliage Sage and Photographer Kinsman Notched, Photographers Fall, Fall Roads, Fall Foliage, Notched Beavers, Fall Trees, Roads Trips, Fall Reflection, Beavers Ponds Foliage
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What's on my fall drive checklist? Sinuous roads, sweeping vistas, elevation changes, barns and more barns, pleasant farm animals, homes you wish you could live in, a farmers market and and a cool diner for lunch. My favorite fall drive this year has all of the above and then some. As an agricultural area, Duchess County in New York's Hudson Valley has some of the most beautiful land you'll ever set your eyes on.
“In southern Vermont, Route 7 runs north/south through the Green Mountains. During a stretch just north of Bennington is a valley between 2 ridgelines covered in trees, many of them maples and birch. Around Oct. 12-15 is a great time to take a drive up Route 7 to see peak colors.” -- Jeff “Foliage” Folger, Fall Foliage Sage and Photographer
NEW HAMPSHIRE State Print Digital Illustration Map by mollymattin, $15.00 --This is pretty cool! I only have one problem, where it says "Bellows Falls" it should say Walpole. Bellows Falls isn't in New Hampshire. It's in Vermont.