Perfect New England Fall Road Trip: 10, 5, 3 Day Itinerary

What do fiery oranges, sultry yellows, candy-apple reds, quaint  cabins, and Gilmore Girl towns all have in common? New England in the  fall.

The best way to experience all that and more is with a New England fall road trip itinerary.

We’re going to spill all the tea (or pumpkin spice?) on how to pull off the best NE itinerary including information I’ve gathered from three separate New England fall trips I’ve taken over the years.

When is the Best Time to See Fall Colors in New England?

The best time to see fall colors in New England is beginning to mid-October.

Planning fall trips to New England can be a tricky business. You see,  you’re playing with a season, and seasons can be unpredictable.

Fall Colors Are (Semi) Unpredictable

Start by heading to Mount Greylock, the highest peak in Massachusetts, which stands at 3,489ft.

Berkshires, MA

Before leaving Massachusetts, you’ll drive the Mohawk Trail—one of the most scenic New England foliage drives!

Drive the Mohawk Trail

Once there, grab something to eat at Gypsy Cafe or a coffee at Half Baked & Fully Brewed (The Moon Cafe & Bakery is a great alternative)!

Explore the Kancamagus Highway

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