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Old 07-17-2016, 08:16 PM   #1
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Leaf peepers - what routes do you like?

Hi peeps! Who has done (or researched) leaf peeping?

Hubbie and I thought it'd be nice to follow the fall colors this year or next. Our general thought was to loop Adirondacks to Maine then head down to GA / FL or one of those other warm states.

All advice appreciated!!


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I live in the Greater Boston Area. Things to consider in your planning:
Peak Foliage will move from the Vermont-New Hampshire border with Canada south, the mountains will get the color a bit earlier. I am an RV wannabe. I dont know how many people camp during this season, but there is a lot of traffic if its a weekend. The date when Peak Foliage happens varies each year. Peak Foliage can be on the ground in 1 day if there is a good rain storm. There can be a hard freeze (20's) during the night at that time of the year and definitely frosty mornings. Hope this helps, -

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