Brilliant foliage fills Mt Washington Valley, New Hampshire's leaf-peeping central.
Mt Washington Valley Fall foliage report – October 13, 2016
Mt Washington Valley is aflame in harvest hues as peak color fills in from the Northern reaches in Bretton Woods to the southern tip in East Madison and beyond. We’ve reached the pinnacle of leaf-peeping season with gorgeous color throughout the Valley drawing record numbers of visitors from throughout the world. The Mt Washington Cog Railway broke records over Columbus Day weekend for ridership, and businesses throughout the Valley reported business, sales and traffic is well up over last year.
With a sunny, cool and crisp weekend forecasted, leaf-peepers will be treated to blue skies against a backdrop of peak foliage throughout Mt Washington Valley.
Let the photos tell the story.
Purity Spring Lake, East Madison, NH – Shot by Thomas Prindle on October 12, 2016:
Jackson Falls, Jackson, NH – Shot by Dan Houde/WiseguyCreative.com on Oct 9, 2016
- Crawford Notch: View of Crawford Notch with peak foliage on Oct 12, 2016. Photo by Eric Kaminsky.
- Omni Mt Washington: The Omni Mt Washington Hotel is surrounded by fall color. Photo taken on Oct 12, 2016 by Eric Kaminsky.
- CSRR Notch Train: The Conway Scenic Railroad makes its way through Crawford Notch over Columbus Day weekend. Photo taken on Oct 11, 2016 by Dan Houde/WiseguyCreative.com.
- King Pine Chairlift: The sun shines on the chairlift at King Pine amidst brilliant fall color. Photo taken on Oct 12, 2016. Credit: Thomas Prindle/King Pine Photo Library.
We hope you will share the video footage and photos on air and on your social media channels. Many thanks! This will be a fabulous weekend for leaf peeping in Mt. Washington Valley. We hope to see you.