Now is the time to get out there and enjoy nature’s incredible colors before everything gets covered in snow.
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Blue Ridge Parkway, NC
Coopers Rock State Forest, WV
Coopers Rock State ForestBruceton Mills, United StatesI went to Morgantown, West Virginia in October to see the fall colors. One of he best spots was Coopers Rock State Forest just east of the city. Coopers Rock has a few hikes you can do but you can see great fall colors just driving through the park.
Raspberry Mountain, CO
Raspberry Mt.Divide, United StatesA relatively easy hike to a high point in the west side of Pikes Peak. Sprawling views of the back side of Pikes Peak and the Sangres and Sawatch ranges to the west. Also a great spot for #coffee. #hiking
Barton Park, MI
Taylor Creek Park, ON, Canada
Taylor Creek ParkToronto, CanadaAround mid to late October, Taylor Creek Park offers one of the best displays of fall colours in the city. Known almost exclusively to locals, a 5-kilometre paved path starts near Victoria Park subway station, then follows a creek through forested parkland. You’ll share the space with bicycles and people pushing strollers. Bring water. Washrooms are often locked. #walking #cycling #park #fallcolours
Latourell Falls, OR
Icefields Parkway, AB, Canada
Icefields ParkwayJasper, CanadaThis drive from Jasper to Banff is one of the best out there. Don’t miss it at any time of the year. Explore wildlife, scenic mountain passes and many glaciers that crest up on the highway.
Portland Japanese Garden, OR
Stehekin, WAEast Wenatchee, United StatesThe remote mountain village of Stehekin was named after the Indian word that means “the way through,” an ancient trade route to the Puget Sound. In 1968, Stehekin became the gateway to the new North Cascades National Park. No roads lead to Stehekin. Hike in, boat in or air water taxi in to the head of fifty-five mile long Lake Chelan whose waters reach 1,500′ in North America’s deepest canyon. The fall colors are fire red and gold.