New England has possibly the most iconic fall foliage on the planet — and the best views are often worth the trek. So whether you’re from the area and want to find the best spot, or new to New England and not sure where to start, here are some of our top tips for capturing that perfect fall view.

According to meteorologists, this year’s warm, wet weather means fall foliage peak colors will come later than usual. While October is typically the best month for it, many are saying fall colors are yet to appear in most of southern and central New England. 

If you’re already desperate to see orange and yellow leaves, head up to the Canadian border for peak colors now, which is still 1-2 weeks behind typical schedule. Think northern states like Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire — Massachusetts will come a bit later.

For the towns with the best foliage, Bethlehem, Franconia and North Conway in New Hampshire are all safe bets for scenic views, as are Woodstock and Stowe in Vermont and Bar Harbor and Bethel, Maine.

Our experienced chauffeurs are ready and able to take you and your family on your next trip — whether it’s up north to see the foliage or down to Logan Airport.