Where’s your favorite place to see fall foliage in New England?

Where do you like to enjoy the season's brilliant colors?

FILE- In this October 1998 file photo, a farmer chops corn in front of a hillside of color in Richmond, Vt. Vermont officials are rushing to the defense of one of the state’s most cherished icons, fall foliage, after an Arizona magazine claimed the fall colors in the Grand Canyon state are better than the Green Mountains after they have turned red, gold and orange. The cover of the October edition of the magazine Arizona Highways shows a picturesque scene of a bucolic waterfall surrounded by golden foliage while carrying the headline “Autumn in Arizona & Why it’s better than it is in Vermont.” (AP Photo/Toby Talbot, File)
In this October 1998 file photo, a farmer chopped corn in front of a hillside of color in Richmond, Vermont. –Toby Talbot / AP, File

Each year, visitors travel to New England from around the world for an up-close view of our iconic fall foliage.

When it comes to leaf peeping, there are plenty of places in Boston, as well as across Massachusetts and around New England, where folks can check out the brilliant colors of the season.

Where do you like to view fall foliage in New England? Share your favorite place with us, and your response may be featured in an upcoming story on Boston.com.

If you’d like to participate, please post your reply in the comments below, tell us on Facebook, or send me an e-mail at kristi.palma@boston.com.

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Happy leaf peeping!

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