Can’t Go to New England This Fall? Here’s What You’re Missing

New England is one of the best places in the country to see beautiful fall colors. Not everyone can make the trip though, so here is a look at what you're missing each year.

The Hills Are Alive With Color

The New England states have several mountain ranges running through them, but it’s the rolling hills showcasing vibrant, colorful trees that give the area the iconic look it’s famous for. Nearly everywhere you look is a sight to behold!

Charming Covered Bridges

Benjamin and June Evans, authors of New England’s Covered Bridges, say there were at least 1,000 covered bridges constructed in New England during the 19th and early 20th centuries. There are still around 200 in the region you can find and explore.

Scenic Drives Through the Countryside

Prepare to be mesmerized by winding country roads and golden leaves falling like snowflakes. There are few places that pack such a concentrated amount of charm into the area like New England in the fall manages to do.

Peaceful Waterfalls

The New England landscape has dozens and dozens of waterfalls, many of which can be accessed by just a short walk from the parking lot.

Historic Churches

Unlike the west coast where most traditional churches were established within the last century, the New England landscape is dotted with a plethera of historic church buildings, some constructed more than 250 years ago.

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