It’s been 910 days since the last Boston Marathon, and this year’s race looks a little different.
In addition to a rolling start and a reduced competitor field, the scenery is a noticeable change from years past. Usually held on the third Monday in April — and dotted with daffodils — this year’s race is surrounded by fall foliage, some bare trees, and a decidedly autumn atmosphere.
So what does this year’s route look like? Take a look at some of the scenic views of fall foliage from Hopkinton to Boylston. (And if you took a great fall photo at the 125th Boston Marathon and would like to share it, please email [email protected].)