The Kancamagus Highway is a 34 mile scenic drive along Rt. 112 in Northern New Hampshire that is known as one of the best Fall Foliage viewing areas in the country.
Next day was our scenic drive through mountain road. This was the main attraction of the whole trip. The railroad scenic drive was for a short time but in car, it included a long time span. As I walked out of the motel, I was surprised to see snow 😦 The sun rays enchanted the entire place. We left the North Conway village at 9.30 am and drove through the Kancamagus Highway for the scenic view of fall foliage 😀
As we drove towards the White Mountains, I was fascinated to see the beautiful fall 😀 Both the sides of the road were covered with dense fall foliage. It was awesome…it reminded me of the scenic beauty that I used to see in films and magazines. Moreover, I felt lucky to see one of nature’s amazing aspects in reality 🙂
The flowing ‘Saco’ river by…
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