I actually got out a bit this year and experienced the yearly local phenom, foliage. I usually had the GoPro with me, but I did manage to snag a few decent pictures locally with my Nikon. As always, feel free to use these non-commercially as you wish so long as you link back to my homepage, www.rwaynegray.com. Thanks!
Taken at the top of the Lost River Road in NH’s White Mountains.
Groton, Vermont’s Boulder Beach may be cold for swimming come October, but the foliage is gorgeous.
Wright’s Mountain offers a short 1.6 mile out and back hike with a great overlook of the valley. Elevation here is 360 ft. There were families at the summit, so I killed the video just before reaching it. The final sweep of the valley isn’t great (note to me next time: remove the camera from the harness and sweep by hand), but check out the stills for how impressive the view is, particularly during foliage.
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Finally getting these online from a couple of weeks ago. The access road to Owl’s Head Mountain in the Groton State Forest is closed in the winter, making this a bit of a trek. 3.2 miles, just under 500 feet in elevation (much of it right at the end), it’s a bit high on the easy end for a hike, but nice and uncrowded. Bonus: bobcat tracks criss-crossed the trail all the way up.
Got out a few times last week, but this was the best, as always. Located in Bretton Woods, Mount Willard is a moderate, 3.2 out and back hike. There’s a bit of elevation, hence moderate, and it can be fairly heavily trafficked on the weekends. The view is just amazing. You have to pass the Omni Mount Washington to get there, which on a clear day…
Omni Mount Washington. Its namesake is furthest right.
Definitely on the back side of peak, although still quite a bit of color out there. Nice short climb from the trailhead up to the overlook, about 1.6 miles. The hike is categorized as Easy, and I’m sure the grandmother and two small children who went skipping by me as I labored my way up it would concur.