Fall Foliage

The White Mountain National Forest and Mount Washington in New Hampshire are home to New England’s famous Fall foliage Route with the Bartlett Inn located perfectly central and draws people from all over the globe! Autumn and Fall Foliage in New Hampshire are certainly one of the most spectacular times of year in Glen, North Conway and at the Bartlett Inn in the White Mountains. It’s a good idea to make your reservations early and be sure you have a great place to stay during the peak of foliage. See Mount Washington in its colorful fall foliage. The Bartlett Inn near Jackson NH and North Conway NH is in a great location for scenic loop drives through the White Mountains.
Fall foliage season runs from mid-September through October, with higher elevations and wetlands turning color first. Fortunately the leaves don’t all peak at the same time! Many folks say the last week in September and the first week in October are the peak weeks for fall foliage, but every year it varies a little. Whenever you decide to come, we’ll help direct you to the best fall colors in the area. Don’t forget your camera, and bring plenty of film!

Fall in Crawford Notch NH also proves to be a perfect hiking season as weather is moderate, bugs are sparse and the views are spectacular. Storyland in Glen NH, Santa’s Village in Jefferson NH, and the Flume Gorge in Franconia Notch State Park and most other attractions are open weekends through Columbus Day so families can come and enjoy the attractions too.