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SEACOAST region

Update for Friday, October 17, 2014: 80% Peak

The foliage in the Seacoast region is really starting to come into full color! Driving along any road in the area is an experience in prime foliage right now. Yet there are still green trees and partial color in some maples, suggesting the color will last for a while, so you should be able to continue your leaf peeping in this region for a couple more weeks. Route 33 and 108 between Stratham and Portsmouth are both lovely with some truly magnificent trees. A stroll through downtown Portsmouth should definitely be on your weekend to-do list. The trees are still in full leaf with beautiful colors on display. And while you admire the leaves, you'll find wonderful shopping and dining in picturesque Market Square.


Strawbery Banke, Downtown Portsmouth, October 16, 2014. Click to enlarge.
Submitted via the New Hampshire Fall Foliage App.


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