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Cornish, NH

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High above the Connecticut
River that separates New Hampshire from neighboring Vermont, Cornish redefines
the term bucolic. There’s no town proper, or even a main street—just a
handful of villages. And neighboring Mount Ascutney makes for great color
viewing. Be sure to cross the Cornish-Windsor bridge into Vermont—the longest
covered wooden bridge in the world.

Fall Color Hotel: Chase
House Bed and Breakfast
in Cornish is a 10–guest room inn that dates back
to 1776. Doubles from $165.

Best Affordable Fall Foliage Towns

Cornish, NH

High above the Connecticut
River that separates New Hampshire from neighboring Vermont, Cornish redefines
the term bucolic. There’s no town proper, or even a main street—just a
handful of villages. And neighboring Mount Ascutney makes for great color
viewing. Be sure to cross the Cornish-Windsor bridge into Vermont—the longest
covered wooden bridge in the world.

Fall Color Hotel: Chase
House Bed and Breakfast
in Cornish is a 10–guest room inn that dates back
to 1776. Doubles from $165.

Chad Ehlers / Alamy

Best Affordable Fall Foliage Towns

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