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SEACOAST region

Update for Friday, October 31, 2014: Past Peak

The Seacoast region is beginning to head past peak, but many areas are still showing some signs beautiful peak color. Though some of the trees that changed early have lost their leaves, the oaks are just now coming into peak with bright bronze and gold tones on display. Travel the back roads of the region around Exeter, Newmarket or Durham for glimpses of orange, yellow and rust. Or take a cruise on Route 1A along the coast for beautiful views of the water. Downtown Portsmouth is still worth a walk around as well, where the streets are lined with trees in a variety of fall color. As the leaves fall, you’ll still want to think about a trip to the coast for fun events such as the Candelight Stroll, do some holiday shopping at local boutiques. Learn more and start planning your trip here!

This will be our final foliage report for the 2014 season- we hope you've enjoyed reading! Be sure to check back in early September 2015 for next year's reports.


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