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New England

Autumn in New England

October 19 - 25, 2020


Where else can you witness such dazzling Autumn colors than in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in October? The White Mountains, part of the northern Appalachian Mountains, are the most rugged mountains in New England. As we wend our way though these picturesque mountains, you’ll   experience towering peaks, stunning mountain views and spectacular fall foliage. 


You’re bound to enjoy the luxurious amenities at the incomparable Mt. Washington Omni Resort in the heart of the majestic White Mountains. We’ll summit Mt. Washington aboard the world’s first mountain-climbing cog railway. 


We’ll visit Burlington, a vibrant, small city located on the eastern shoreline of Lake Champlain, and take in the quaint downtown shops and restaurants of Church St. Marketplace, the diverse Shelburne Museum and spend the afternoon sailing on the beautiful Lake Champlain.


What better place to create unforgettable memories than in the majestic mountains of New England!

Won’t you join us for this wonderful fall escape?

Tour Includes:

  • 2 nights in New Hampshire at the 4-Diamond Omni Mt. Washington Resort.

  • 2 nights in Burlington, VT.

  • 1 night each direction in Harrisburg, PA.

  • Mt. Washington Cog Railway.

  • Tour Franconia Notch and the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

  • Tasting delights at Cabot Creamery & Ben & Jerry’s along the way.

  • Shelbourne Museum in Burlington

  • Lake Champlain scenic boat tour.

  • Roundtrip transportation via private

  •    luxury motorcoach. 

  • All meals with full choice of menu where available.

  • Complimentary onboard beverages & snacks.

  • Fully escorted tour with an experienced tour manager.


Prices and itinerary subject to change.


$2,995 per guest (double)

$3,594 per guest (single)


Other Bus Tours:

In addition to Southeast & Mystery Bus Tours, please also see our Day ToursNortheast and West Bus ToursInternational Bus Tours, and Private Bus Charters.

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New England Omni Mt Washington
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