Travelers can also head to the southern edges of Arizona and New Mexico for late-season fall foliage, which should peak in November. And it is possible to see fall foliage in the American South, too, from Texas to Florida.... read more ›
Leaves can change their color from as early as late September all the way through early November. Typically the second and third week of October are the peak times, but it shifts depending on where you live.... view details ›
Vermont. Peak time: Northern Vermont reaches its peak between the last week of September and early October. Early to mid-October is peak time for southern Vermont. Vermont is well-known for stunning foliage, and state parks are a great resource.... read more ›
The variety in landscape and elevation provides a long fall foliage season, starting earliest in the higher elevations and moving eastward. Fall colors generally peak sometime between October 10 and October 31; however, these dates can vary from year to year, based on factors such as temperature and rainfall.... view details ›
Stowe, Vermont, is widely regarded as the nation's best place for viewing fall colors.... view details ›
The Keystone State has the longest fall foliage season in the world. Fall foliage in Pennsylvania is often a unique experience, bringing vibrant hues of brown, red and gold throughout the region.... read more ›
Leaves can change their color from as early as late September all the way through early November. Typically the second and third week of October are the peak times, but it shifts depending on where you live.... see details ›
The reason? Climate change, say experts. And it's not a new phenomenon. Warmer air temperatures and an increase in extreme weather are making fall leaf season arrive later across the nation each year, and last for a shorter duration.... see details ›
So, “past peak” means many things to many people. Most time, as the leaves lose their “peak” color and brightness, they will get duller and darker and they will either still be on the tree or they will be on the ground. Especially after a windy or stormy day.... read more ›
- Asheville, NC.
- Grand Canyon.
- Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
- Zion National Park.
- Acadia National Park.
As far as national parks go, the Ozark National Forest is one of the best spots for fall foliage—and you can take it all in on the Highlands Scenic Byway in the heart of the forest.... see more ›