This Interactive New Hampshire Foliage Tracker Will Give You a Fallgasm
If you love to watch the leaves change colors in one of New Hampshire's greatest Autumn magic tricks you'll love this foliage tracker.
The map from the Visit NH website is a brilliant way of tracking your favorite colors for foliage in the granite state.
The timeline for the best leaf-peeping begins with August and ends with November. As you make your way down the interactive slide, going week to week, the colors actually change on a map of New Hampshire to what is likely the change with the leaves. How cool is that?!?
The map is broken up into 7 regions: Seacoast, Merrimack Valley, Monadnock, Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee, Lakes Region, White Mountains, and Great North Woods.
If you're interested in the foliage in Pittsburgh you'll want to get there earlier in the fall as the foliage tends to make its way past peak season in late October. For the opposite end of the state, around the Seacoast, you can enjoy foliage as late as late November!
In addition to the interactive map, Visit NH offers weekly reports on each region, with recommended driving routes, and the most up-to-date information.