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The best places to find fall foliage, and no crowds in New Hampshire

New Hampshire offers some of the best fall colors in the world. Each autumn, the forests of the Granite State explore in a symphony of red, orange, yellow and green. The fall colors usually come in late September, reaching peak foliage around or after Indigenous Peoples Day/ Columbus Day. By mid October the colors are fading. Color starts north, and moves south – ending on the Seacoast.

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A natural world of wonder and green surrounds Concord NH

One of the wonderful things about Concord, NH, is it is a city set in the middle of New Hampshire – where most of the state is covered with trees or water. Just a few minutes from Downtown Concord you can be on a hiking trail, swimming on a lake or exploring the wilderness.

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Did you know that the City of Concord has more than 80 miles of hiking trails?

The City of Concord has more than 80 miles of city hiking trails that provide recreational opportunities through a variety of terrain, including flat walking trails to more challenging slopes with changes in elevation. The trails cross lands that also preserve open space, natural resources, and wildlife habitats. Several miles of the trails cross private land where property owners have generously granted permission for the City to maintain these trails, so guests are asked to access the marked trails only.

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