Any place you find a large chasm splitting the landscape, it seems that people (and tourism boards) are tempted to compare it to the Grand Canyon: the Grand Canyon of New Zealand, the Grand Canyon of Hawaii, and yes, the Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks.
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When the weather chills and Mother Nature puts on her fiery coat of fall color, there is only one thing to do: Get out and enjoy it! So we planned an itinerary based in New England – the epicenter of … read more
When it comes to leaf peeping, not many places rate higher than New Hampshire’s Kancamagus Highway, running across the southern side of the White Mountains National Forest. When the mountains are draped in their fall finery, the scenery is truly … read more
As mentioned in our last post, The Best White Mountains Leaf-Peeping Fall Road Trip, we decided to DIY things and turn the traditional leaf-peeping scenic loop into a two-part trip. We named this first part The Notch Loop, because it … read more