Are you looking for a romantic backdrop for your engagement that's far away from the everyday hustle and bustle? Then look no further than Franconia Notch, known for its majestic, awe-inspiring waterfalls, quaint villages, and breathtaking views of the White Mountains.
Jess and Patryk love to travel and they decided to take me with them on their next overnight adventure to Franconia Notch, New Hampshire to their favorite Bed & Breakfast, The Franconia Inn. I got there early to scout out some areas for their sunset session and found plenty of beautiful vistas to choose from. From woodlands, to waterfalls and mountain tops, New Hampshire has it all. We jammed out to Led Zeppelin between locations. We ended the day chasing fog and enjoyed a meal together sharing stories by the fire. The next morning we woke before sunrise to chase the light at Lake of the Clouds and we hiked the lush trails of The Flume meandering through waterfalls. Our adventure was rewarded by a well earned hearty brunch at the Inn. I'm really looking forward to their wedding in Maine this weekend at The Hardy Farm!
With its blue-green waters, Echo Lake is the perfect spot for a romantic engagement. Boasting beautiful lake views framed by picturesque mountains and access to a sandy beach, Echo Lake is the ideal setting for an unforgettable engagement or proposal. And with Franconia Notch State Park just a short distance away, Echo Lake offers plenty of other natural delights to explore and enjoy together.
Flume Gorge is off the beaten path, offering couples a romantic and serene location for their engagement shoot. With rushing rivers, cascading waterfalls and spectacular views of Franconia Notch’s signature granite cliffs, Flume Gorge offers couples a stunning backdrop. The gorge also features winding trails that are accessible to all ages and outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the not-often-seen species like ancient glacier rocks.
If you would like go on an overnight adventure and step it up a notch, please inquire about pricing and availability.
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