Where is the best place to see fall foliage in New England?

What makes these colorful fall views so memorable?

Fall foliage along the Kancamagus Highway in the White Mountains on Thursday, Oct. 10.
Fall foliage along the Kancamagus Highway in the White Mountains. –Nic Antaya for The Boston Globe

There’s no shortage of locales across New England prime for leaf peeping the region’s iconic fall foliage.

Experts recommend taking in the stunning views this season from one of the region’s many state parks, via driving tours through the Berkshires, and from the world’s first mountain climbing cog railway in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, to name a few.

Have you taken a road trip this season to view the foliage? If so, where did you go and what did you think? Even if you aren’t traveling anywhere this fall, please share with us your favorite local foliage spot from years past and why.


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