Set off on a leaf-peeping adventure to check out New England's best fall foliage.
Sunapee is a beautiful spot along the leaf-peeping trail in New Hampshire.
Drive along the Kancamagus Highway, Route 112, from Lincoln to Conway to see some of New Hampshire's legendary leaves.
Riverton, CT, is the quintessential New England village with a glorious display of autumn leaves.
Cruise along one of Connecticut's rivers for a different perspective on the area's colorful fall foliage.
The leaves start changing in September and show a full spectrum of colors through October, depending on the location.
Follow the Mohawk Trail through the Berkshires, and marvel at the brightly colored fall leaves and artsy small towns.
The season changes around the John Harvard statue, a prominent landmark on the campus of Harvard University.
The Boston Public Garden is awash with color during the crisp fall months.
Vermont has the highest percentage of maple trees in New England with mountains awash in vibrant oranges and yellows.
Check out the leaves in Burlington, Vermont's largest city.