Drone captures incredible fall foliage in New England

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Drone captures incredible fall foliage in New England

Updated: 10:03 AM EDT Oct 1, 2020

Despite being in serious drought conditions for most of the summer, the fall foliage across New Hampshire’s White Mountains is spectacular this year. According to New Hampshire’s latest fall foliage report, peak conditions can be found in the Great North Woods, with near peak conditions in the White Mountains. “Colors are really coming to life in the White Mountains, with near-peak conditions being reported in the western towns of Lincoln/Woodstock, Campton/Thornton, and Waterville Valley,” the report said. “The rest of the White Mountains continue to see great color development, although leaf peepers should pay special attention to Franconia Notch, Bretton Woods, and Crawford Notch as these areas are currently displaying incredibly vibrant colors!” “A scenic drive along Route 49 through Campton should do the trick and will treat you to awe-inspiring views of the colorful foliage in action,” the report said. Michael Holzwarth captured the gorgeous scenery from a drone. (Credit: WOW signal media / instah_drone)

Despite being in serious drought conditions for most of the summer, the fall foliage across New Hampshire’s White Mountains is spectacular this year.

According to New Hampshire’s latest fall foliage report, peak conditions can be found in the Great North Woods, with near peak conditions in the White Mountains.

“Colors are really coming to life in the White Mountains, with near-peak conditions being reported in the western towns of Lincoln/Woodstock, Campton/Thornton, and Waterville Valley,” the report said. “The rest of the White Mountains continue to see great color development, although leaf peepers should pay special attention to Franconia Notch, Bretton Woods, and Crawford Notch as these areas are currently displaying incredibly vibrant colors!”

“A scenic drive along Route 49 through Campton should do the trick and will treat you to awe-inspiring views of the colorful foliage in action,” the report said.

Michael Holzwarth captured the gorgeous scenery from a drone. (Credit: WOW signal media / instah_drone)

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