October 11 - 15 at Franconia notch SP

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Lempert
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October 11 - 15 at Franconia notch SP

Post: # 23508Post Lempert
Wed Sep 29, 2021 1:40 pm

Hi Forum. Thank you for valuable nformation on foliage progress. If possible, could you please comment on state of foliage at Franconia Notch SP / Kank Hwy , on October 11?
Thanks


loafer89
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Re: October 11 - 15 at Franconia notch SP

Post: # 23512Post loafer89
Wed Sep 29, 2021 3:44 pm

Lempert wrote:
Wed Sep 29, 2021 1:40 pm
Hi Forum. Thank you for valuable nformation on foliage progress. If possible, could you please comment on state of foliage at Franconia Notch SP / Kank Hwy , on October 11?
Thanks
Most likely past peak by a few days..Franconia Notch might be okay, but higher elevations will be past peak.

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Re: October 11 - 15 at Franconia notch SP

Post: # 23513Post edmcguirk
Wed Sep 29, 2021 4:26 pm

I agree with loafer89 that 10/11 to 10/15 in Franconia Notch is likely to be past peak based on history. With the cold air coming in this week, I have even more confidence that will be the case

For that time frame, you need to be looking at low elevation, and/or the area from Lincoln south down to the Lakes Region.

Because the Kanc is at higher elevation, you would certainly be past peak there.

loafer89
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Re: October 11 - 15 at Franconia notch SP

Post: # 23514Post loafer89
Wed Sep 29, 2021 5:08 pm

I'm also not familiar with Fall foliage in the rest of New Hampshire beyond the northern part. So any recommendations for the rest of New Hampshire I couldn't give. But generally the week of Columbus Day is too late for foliage in alot of Northern New England.


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