Many regions of the United States come alive in the fall. Trees bursting with stunning natural colors draw visitors. With the harvest season fully underway, check out some of these regions in the United States, known for breathtaking fall foliage.
This New England state is well known for its picturesque foliage. Burlington and Stowe in the north and Green Mountain National Forest in the south are among the most popular spots. Discover suggested driving tours on the website.
Estes Park, Colo.
Lesser known than some of Colorado’s more popular destinations, Estes Park is an ideal location for viewing Rocky Mountain National Park trees and wildlife.
The Catskills, N.Y.
The Catskill Mountain region of southeastern New York spans nearly 6,000 miles. Rivers and mountain peaks blend with the vibrant yellows, oranges and reds of the autumnal trees. Many festivals celebrating the fall take place in the Catskills.
Columbia River Gorge, Ore.
The area along the Columbia River Gorge is home to many tree species including firs, maples and pines. Take in the autumnal hues while kayaking down the river.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Sprawling across North Carolina and Tennessee, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the most visited in the country. With more than 100 species of trees and 800 miles of roads and hiking trails it is the ultimate fall foliage experience.
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