Autumn Road

New Hampshire is beautiful in the fall, especially when all those colors start coming out. If you live in New Hampshire, you may be able to observe gorgeous fall colors from your backyard. Still, maybe you want to take in more of the awe of the season, or you don’t live in NH. What are some of the best ways you can soak in the magnificent sights?

1. Take a Hot Air Balloon Ride

One surefire way to see all of the gorgeous fall foliage in NH is to take a hot air balloon ride! You can see top down views of some of your favorite places — or some new ones. High 5 Ballooning in Derry, NH takes people high into the air for the amazing sights as well as the thrill of ballooning with a relatively low price tag. This also makes a great gift for someone who may want to take in the sights. Find out more by visiting their website.

2. Take a Scenic Walk

NH is full of all kinds of fantastic walking areas, including ones where you can see nature overtaking structures. These areas, often deep in the woods or up in the mountains, allow for some spectacular sights during the fall. Take in fiery reds, oranges, and yellows during cooler days.

3. Take a Train Ride

One thing NH has a lot of is trains! You can hop on any number of railroads to take a scenic tour of NH, especially through the mountains during the autumn. Check out the Mount Washington Cog Railway for amazing stream train rides or standard biodiesel trips. The Conway Scenic railroad is another gorgeous trip through the NH mountains and forests. You can also take a dinner train to enjoy some beautiful sights and get some great food on the way.

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