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Update for Friday, October 31, 2014:  Past Peak

The White Mountains foliage season has come to a close. A few last gold, brown, and bronze leaves may be spotted in the most southern part of the region, but for the most part, the trees in the White Mountains are pretty bare. The mountains are now awaiting skiers and snowboarders- it won't be long now until you can hit the slopes! But in the meantime, a trip to the region is still well worth your time. The views of white capped Mount Washington are stunning with no leaves to block your view, and there is never a shortage of great events and activities taking place. 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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