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Oct 7 - Oct 18, 2013: will it be past peak for fall foliage?

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We are thinking of doing a tour which starts from Boston to Williamstown, Lenox and Stockbridge, Bennington, Shelburne & Stowe, the White Mountains and Mount Washington, Bar Harbour, Acadia National Park, Ogonquit and then back to Boston.

Will it be past peak for fall foliage... this is the only time slot available for the tour?

Thanks

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