Travel Website(s) of the Week: Where to Find the Best Foliage

FoliageWhere to Find Peak Foliage in the US
It’s that time of year again, when leaf-peepers are in heaven! I grew up in Connecticut and loved this time of year for its beauty—but hated it because of my allergies (thankfully, I now live in LA, where I don’t have to worry except when the Santa Anas are blowing).

If you want to know where to find the best foliage in the US this fall, check out the websites listed below. If you have any to add let me know in the comments section below!

 

FYI: The pic above was taken last year in Cooperstown, NY when I attended a Tauck Tours Baseball Hall of Fame event featuring Ken Burns and Phil Niekro!

Johnny Jet

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Johnny Jet

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2 Comments on "Travel Website(s) of the Week: Where to Find the Best Foliage"

  1. Yankee Magazine has the best live fall foliage map I’ve seen. It covers the entire country and is updated by county.
    http://www.yankeefoliage.com/live-fall-foliage-map/

  2. Just visited Hudson River valley and south west Vermont Columbus day weekend. We were told the color was “late” this year. It was about 50% turned but that is a beautiful contrast of green to set off the vibrant colors of autumn.

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