One of the things that you will love the most about New England is its long rolling hills. Hilly terrain covers a large area. You can hire a guide to the place after you have reached New England. Be sure to get the know-how of hiking, if you want to trek along the long, winding hills.
Another major attraction in New England is Appalachian Mountains. Appalachian Mountains attract hundreds of people to the province every year and if you do not visit these peaks while being there, you will miss a lot. Appalachian Mountains are considered to be New England’s highlands and you can find lots of guides who can help you visit the terrain. Best of all, you can visit the White Mountains as well because Appalachian Mountains are link to them from northern side.
New England is best known for its leafy vistas that extend across the region. You cannot decide which place can attract you the most. The trick is to take a long, comfortable drive through the region, enjoying the scenery and stop over at leafy vistas that you feel is perfect.
Like another region, New England has a lot of traditions and festivities to boast about. There are several country fairs held throughout the year. Ask your guide which fairs are worth watching. Then there are harvest festivals.
Pumpkin carving contests have long been attracting tourist from other regions in the United States and the world. Pumpkin carving contests have a become a tradition of the region, and it reminds visitors of old New England.
If you do not want to get tired of long drive through the mountainous terrains and thick forests, you can give a try to rail. Travelling by rail is much cheaper and much more comfortable than any other means of transportation in the region.