Louise & Suzanne Mahoney with Adelaide Jacques take in the view of the Connecticut River and the Pioneer Valley from the summit of Mount Sugarloaf.
Photo Credit : Carl Tremblay
The waters of the mighty Connecticut River touch four of our six New England States. Photographer and frequent Yankee Magazine contributor Carl Tremblay spent the autumn capturing the landscape and people in and along the Connecticut River Valley from its source in the far northern reaches of New Hampshire, through Vermont and the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts to its end in Connecticut, finally feeding into Long Island Sound. Please enjoy this collection of images from Carl’s travels.
See the full feature, “30 Days of Wonder | Autumn Along the Connecticut River,” in the September/October 2016 issue.
THE CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY IN AUTUMN
Have you ever been to the Connecticut River Valley in fall?