Epic Photo Ops For Fall Foliage In New Hampshire

#1. Flume Covered Bridge

Town: Franconia (Grafton County)

The Flume Covered Bridge is located at The Flume, one of New Hampshire’s many scenic waterfalls within Franconia Notch State Park. This scenic-covered bridge is one of the oldest in the state and is an excellent spot for fall foliage photos.

#2. Artist’s Bluff

Town: Franconia (Grafton County)

Starting from the Bald Mountain trailhead, the Artists Bluff trail takes you up a short, steep hike that leads to incredible views of the park and fantastic foliage in autumn.


#3. Chocorua Lake

Town: Tamworth (Caroll County)

Chocorua Lake is a picturesque lake in northeast New Hampshire with commanding views of the summit of Mount Chocorua. The lake is most noted for its calm, serene setting. This is a perfect photo opp with Mount Chocorua as the backdrop accompanying a beautiful ride around the region.


#4. Dixville Notch State Park

Town: Colebrook (Coos County)

If you’re looking for foliage in the early fall season, head up to New Hampshire’s Great North Woods. Follow Route 26 from Errol to Colebrook through Dixville Notch, where you’ll pass by the iconic Balsams Resort. Stop at Dixville Notch State Park to climb up the short but steep hike to Table Rock for arguably some of the best views in the entire state.


#5. Crawford Notch State Park

Town: Hart’s Location (Caroll County)

Make a stop at the historic Crawford Train Depot. Once the leaves pop with color in autumn, the foliage is a spectacular sight to see.


#6. Cannon Mountain Aerial Tram

Town: Franconia (Grafton County)

A cable car brings visitors to the 4,080-foot summit of Cannon Mountain in ten minutes or less. On a clear day, you can see the mountains of four states and Canada. Visit during October for stunning views of the foliage from a 360-degree view at the summit. Click here for information,  prices & dates.

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