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Enjoy New Hampshire’s
Fall Colors at
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3600 acres including a lake, 18-hole
golf course, x-c skiing, tennis,
pickleball, hiking trails,
restaurant, indoor pool,
and fitness center.
Since Lookout Mountain begins in
Chattanooga, TN, and stretches all the way
through Georgia to Northern Alabama, it’s a
perfect route to take to continue seeing fall
Where to Visit: Lookout Mountain has 84
miles of mountain views and beautiful trees.
The range’s highest point, in Walker County,
has amazing views of two valleys at once
– the Chattanooga Valley to the east and
Lookout Valley to the west. A popular stop
for those traveling through the mountains
here is Rock City. There, millions of years of
sandstone erosion in the mountainous landscape have produced bizarre, huge boulders
and deep caves.
When to Visit: Last two weeks of October
through early November
What to Do: Hiking and golfing
(Little River Canyon
Red dogwoods, yellow poplars, golden
hickory trees and orange maples fill Alabama’s fall landscape, making it a gorgeous
last stop to see vibrant fall colors.
Where to Visit: Little River Canyon Rim
Parkway is a 22-mile drive through one of
the most scenic parts of the state. Along the
way, there are lookouts over the vast valleys and canyons, such as Bear Creek and
Dees Branch, which are some of the most
popular sightseeing spots. While you’re
there, stop and see the state’s highest waterfall, Grace’s High Falls, and Canyon Mouth
Park, a beautiful spot where Little River enters Lake Weiss.
When to Visit: First two weeks of November
What to Do: Hiking and boating