At Everett Transmission, we are automotive enthusiasts. One of our favorite activities to do with our automobiles is to take them on road trips throughout the beautiful region of New England. With Fall approaching in the coming days, it’s about to be leaf peeping season. With that in mind, we figured we’d share with you our favorite Fall in New England Drives.
93 North Through New Hampshire
Easy to get to from Massachusetts in Route 93 North in New Hampshire. Once you get past Concord, this route brings stunning views into your perspective. In the Fall the views through Franconia Notch in the White Mountains are unprecedented. Take your car, truck, or motorcycle off exit 28 to Waterville Valley, or exit 32 to Loon Resort. Both offer beautiful mountain side roads for your driving and viewing pleasure. If Lakes are more your thing, take route 3 after you pass Tilton on 93. This will bring you between multiple lakes. Either route you choose will leave your breathless, as northern New Hampshire in the Fall has some of the best views New England has to offer.
Route 89 New Hampshire to Lake Champlain Vermont
For a longer drive, consider branching left, to route 89 in New Hampshire after the tolls. This route will bring you through Vermont’s Green Mountains by way of the state capital of Montpelier. Eventually leading way to Burlington and Lake Champlain. If you’ve never been to Lake Champlain, the Fall is the perfect time. About 5 times the size of Lake Winnipesauke, Lake Champlain is a historic location in New England. Enjoy the views on the lake and spend an evening on Church Street in Downtown Burlington.
Route 1 North New Hampshire to Maine
A favorite of motorists in New England, Route 1 north is perfect for those looking for ocean side views. This route starts in nearby Chelsea, Massachusetts and runs all the way up to Canada. Don’t forget your passport if you are looking to make a weekend trip out of this behemoth of a road trip. Enjoy stunning views of New Hampshire’s short coastline, up through Portland, Maine and the states northern outposts.
We hope you enjoy your Fall road trip this season! If you find your vehicle needs and transmission, exhaust, or general repair work before embarking on one of these journeys, contact us today.