fall foliage

NH News
7:00 am
Sun October 13, 2013

Hikers Head To Monadnock State Park For Peak Foliage

Credit Jack Rodolico / NHPR

Hikers around the Granite State are enjoying what’s left of the fall colors. One favorite viewing spot: North America’s most frequently hiked mountain. 

On October’s peak foliage weekends, up to 7,000 people visit Monadnock State Park. The summit is packed—you can bump into just about anyone. Neuroscience student Maddie Diaz drove up with some PhD students from Brandeis University. She’s originally from Miami.

"This is not only my first hike, but my first opportunity to see autumn foliage," Diaz says. "Oh, the view is stunning.  I've never seen colors like this before!"

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NH News
9:07 am
Wed October 9, 2013

It's Peak Foliage, According To N.H. Tourism Officials

Tourists flock to our state to watch the leaves change.
Credit ilovebutter via Flickr Creative Commons

New Hampshire tourism officials say the fall foliage is most vibrant and at or just past peak in the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee region.

Officials emphasize that New Hampshire's parks and campgrounds are open and unaffected by the federal government shutdown. Ranger stations in the White Mountains National Forest are closed.

Foliage is now past peak in Pittsburg and most areas of the Great North Woods, which typically peak first.

North Conway and Lincoln are at or near peak, while Bristol, Hebron and Rumney are at 50 percent.

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Arts & Culture
3:33 pm
Mon October 8, 2012

Warner Foliage Festival Raises Funds For Community Groups

Warner Fall Foliage Festival

The 65th annual fall foliage festival took place in Warner, New Hampshire this weekend. Attendees could purchase crafts by local artisans, go on rides, or share a country breakfast the United Church of Warner.

NH News
5:02 pm
Wed October 3, 2012

Fall Colors At Peak In Northern N.H.

Raymond Larose Flickr / CC

New Hampshire's weekly fall foliage report says the colors are at their peak in the Great North Woods and in the White Mountains region.

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