October News

Leaf Peeping in New Hampshire

  • Leaf peeping is an informal term in the United States for the activity in which people travel to view and photograph the fall foliage in areas where leaves change colors in autumn, particularly in New England.

     

    Road TRIP!

    To help you maximize your experience, we talked to Jim Salge, a former meteorologist at Mount Washington turned high school physics teacher who shares his leaf-peeping insights on New England Today and his eye-popping foliage photographs on his website.

     

    Have you ever had the urge to go Ziplining? I did! I was scared at first….but I did it.

  • October-Review for BPS

    Leaf Peeping-Here are the species

    Maple

    Aspen

    Beech

    Oak

    Pine

    COLORS

    Yellow

    Red

    Orange

    green

    NEW HAMPSHIRE

    Road TRIP!

    To help you maximize your experience, we talked to Jim Salge, a former meteorologist at Mount Washington turned high school physics teacher who shares his leaf-peeping insights on New England Today and his eye-popping foliage photographs on his website.

    ZIPLINING

    An interesting way to peep some leaves with a rush!

    Here is a video of a person ziplining