The foliage season is nearly complete in the White Mountains. Our local "peepers" reports that many areas in the northern/western part of the White Mountains have gone past peak and leaves still on the trees are flashing their yellow and rust colors. The Eastern/Southern parts of the White Mountains are just past peak also but have areas of reds and oranges still.
Enjoy a drive throughout the whole region as there are still plenty of scenic spots to discover.
Report by Regions:
Southern White Mountains / Lakes Region
Campton/Waterville - A lot of yellows ,little reds and oranges
Plymouth/Rumney - A lot of yellows and golds with some faint reds
New Hampton - Oranges and with a lot of yellows
Laconia/Gilford - Yellows, oranges and rust colors
Center Harbor/Holderness - Some faint reds, oranges and yellows
Northern and Western White Mountains
Regions are mostly rust colored and few bare trees
Eastern White Mountains
Chocura/Tamworth - Yellows, golds, some oranges
Albany - yellows
Conway/North Conway/Intervale - golds and yellows
Bear Notch - A lot of yellows and golds
Glen/Jackson/Pinkham Notch - oranges, golds, and yellows
For more information on Fall Foliage throughout New Hampshire visit the State of NH
fall foliage report at www.visitnh.gov.