Turning a New Leaf: Fall Foliage on Insta

Have you truly seen a breathtaking New England view if you haven’t photographed it? We scoured Instagram for gorgeous fall foliage shots and noticed a trend: photographers flock to New Hampshire to document the famously colorful autumnal sights.

From state parks to vast mountains, New Hampshire is home to landscapes you’ll want to see before the season’s through. New Yorkers, Bostonians, and even San Franciscans have traveled to the Granite State to ‘gram the picturesque outdoors.

The state’s peak leaf season may be coming to an end, but there’s still time for a last minute getaway. Read on for our list of New Hampshire hotels, perfect for a city escape— and grams that will inspire you to turn on your Out Of Office.

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New Hampshire is home to hidden, manmade treasures like this rustic bridge. The cover shields passerby from the elements while still allowing rays of light to pour in.

🍂  Where to Stay: The Colby Hill Inn, an “eco retreat and dining destination.”

📍 Location: Henniker, NH | 📊  Followers: 130,037

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Even the roads deserve their own magazine spread. Nearby, enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and hiking along their beautiful trails.

🍂  Where to Stay: The Village of Loon Mountain, a destination for winter sport enthusiasts.

📍 Location: Lincoln, NH | 📊  Followers: 119,745

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While driving through New Hampshire, concealed wonders are easier found than sought. Abandoned train tracks look like works of art painted with fallen leaves.

🍂  Where to Stay: The Omni Bretton Arms Inn, a historic ski resort in the White Mountains.

📍 Location: White Mountains, NH | 📊  Followers: 88,502

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Buried in the northeastern corner of the White Mountains (which consume a quarter of the state), visitors often stumble upon hidden trails, ponds and streams.

🍂  Where to Stay: The Horse and Hound Inn, fireplaces, pine panelling, vast gardens and mountain views transport visitors to early twentieth century New England.

📍 Location: White Mountains, NH | 📊  Followers: 4,124

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Whether your pup tags along or not, the White Mountains are clearly a must-see in the Granite State, especially at #goldenhour. Down for a hike? Venture up Mount Washington, the tallest peak in New England.

🍂  Where to Stay: The Notchland Inn, a historical granite mansion built in the 1860s, tucked away in the state’s national park.

📍 Location: Franconia Notch State Park, NH | 📊  Followers: 4,124


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If the White Mountains inspire you to take to the slopes, try a snowboard from Evo.

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