Peep Some Fall Leaves!!

For an ever changing perspective on fall foliage, try viewing colors from a higher elevation by hiking, driving, or, taking a ski lift up one of New England’s mountains.. Oranges, reds and yellows are already visible in the mountains and in northern Vermont, northern Maine and the top of New Hampshire.. For the best advice, try visiting the state’s foliage maps or trackers. There are also several apps at the app store you can get.                                                                                                                                               Here are some of the hot spots to recommend; Maine,Mount Batte, Camden Hills State park, 6 $ adults 2$ for seniors. Massachusetts, Mount Greylock, Lanesboro, 5$ for Mass residents, 10 for others. New Hampshire, Mount Washington Auto Road. 31$ for cars ,9$ for adult passenger and 7$ for kids age 5-12. Also, Mount Washington Cog Railway, Bretton Woods. train ride 78$ for steam engine. a one way hiker ticket is 51$ 72$ for the biodie-deisel train. Vermont, Stowe Auto Toll Road. 24$ for car and driver. 9$ for additional passengers aged 5 and up. Kids 4 and under free.                                                       Aerial Views, New Hampshire, Loon Mountain, 18$ for adults, 13 $ for juniors, kids 5 and under free. Vermont, Mount Snow, West Dover. cost 15$ and lastly, Stowe Mountain Resort, in Stowe. 29$ adults 20 $ for children aged 5-12 and under 4 , free.                             Of course there are great spots in the Pocono’s and NY State especially. Go out and enjoy the beautiful eye popping colors of nature that make October the greatest month of the year. Be safe, have fun and respect everything in your path! Thanks for reading, John.










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