Fall is finally upon us. Cool weather is cutting through the haze and humidity of summer. Soon the leaves will change and the infamous New England foliage will draw thousands to the area. Most will drive through the numerous forests, commenting and photographing what little they can on their way to their final destination. The slightly more adventurous, however, will have other plans.
Mount Washington Valley and, more specifically, the White Mountain National Forest is home to more than 1,200 miles of scenic trails. The best way to experience New England in the fall is to hike them. Here are a few that I’d highly recommend!
Caitlin Crowe is a certified health coach, lover of nature, and creative soul.