Fall Foliage — Nature’s Most Colorful Displays

When you think of a garden, what comes to mind? Vegetables? Flowers? Bulbs planted along a pathway? What about the natural forest gardens created by Mother Nature that are most spectacular during the autumn days? View fall foliage at its best!

Fall Drive in Virginia (Photo Credit: Adroit Ideals)
Fall Drive in Virginia (Photo Credit: Adroit Ideals)

Fall foliage in North America tends to peak between the months of September in more northern regions through November in the southern regions. The mountainous areas tend to be the most colorful locations with deciduous trees stealing the show. Plan your trip now to hit peak color in your favorite area.

Virginia’s Appalachian Mountains
Vermont’s Green Mountains
Colorado’s Rocky Mountains
California’s Yosemite National Park
Canada’s Rocky Mountains
North Carolina’s Smoky Mountains
Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains
Prince Edward Island‘s forests

Colorful Fall Leaves (Photo Credit: Adroit Ideals)
Colorful Fall Leaves (Photo Credit: Adroit Ideals)

You can hike and even camp in all of these locations. Plan a day trip for just hiking. Plan a longer multiple-day stay and camp at a campground or stay in a local hotel.

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