There's nothing more romantic about fall than when the leaves begin to change colors and drop from the trees. New England boasts the best leaf-peeping spots in the country, but there's no better way to see this seasonal change than a drive along the Kancamagus Highway in northern New Hampshire. This 34-mile route twists and turns through 800,000 acres of White Mountain National Forest, showing dramatic, breathtaking views of the mountains. Stop for pictures at scenic overlooks to breathe in the crisp mountain air and take in the colors of the season — fiery red, orange and gold — that are sure to inspire passion.
After the day-long drive, check in at one of the rustic cabins at Indian Head Resort along Route 3. The resort sits beneath the chiseled visage of Indian Head — the little known cousin to the state's more infamous Old Man In The Mountain — that overlooks the town of Lincoln. It may not have the grandeur of the The Omni Mount Washington Resort & Hotel at Bretton Woods, but with 180 acres of sprawling mountainside view, the cheaper price certainly doesn't come at the cost of romance. Sharing a cup of hot apple cider and a batch of maple syrup pancakes doesn't hurt either!
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