Press About The Berkshires

Fall Foliage Trips to Williamstown

It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful time of year in New England than the fall, when rich swaths of red, orange, and yellow make the landscape glow. It’s a season when apple orchards, farm stands, corn mazes, agricultural fairs, hot cider doughnuts, and quiet coastal towns all beckon with their sights, sounds, and aromas. For maximum fun, a foliage-inspired road trip is a great way to make the most of autumn New England. So grab your camera, make a playlist, and get ready. Here are the 10 best New England road trip routes for fall — some big and busy, and some just the right amount of quiet.

Read more of 10 Best Fall Road Trips in New England published on September 5, 2019 on New England Foliage.

Photo: A road trip along the Mohawk Trail yields vistas such as this one, of the Connecticut River, as seen from Mount Sugarloaf in South Deerfield. Photo by Patrick Zephyr