FALL TRAVEL: Where Will You Go As the Leaves Change Color?

Fall travel
Autumn is here

Can you believe it’s Autumn already? Summer was here for all of a second and like that, it’s already Fall and Winter is already knocking on my door. As the weather starts to get cooler, everyone waits in anticipation for the leaves to start changing color. As it gets chillier outside, where will you go as the leaves change color? Today it’s all about Fall travel and some great ideas for your next trip.

Fall travel
Look at the all the color!

Whether you decide to travel to New England and take in the breathtaking scenery and colors of New Hampshire, Vermont, and of course, Massachusetts or travel to the Catskills in New York, you’re going to see a wide range of color in the falling leaves of Autumn.

Fall travel
Autumn is here!

But even if you aren’t visiting me here in Boston and are out west, you can still see leaves changing color in New Mexico, Colorado, and Oregon, for example. All you have to do is look up (or down if the leaves have already fallen) and you’re bound to see a rainbow of colors all around you. Elsewhere in the United States you can visit Tennessee, Michigan, North Carolina, or Missouri to see a rainbow of Fall colors.

Fall travel
Autumn colors

Not sure where to travel to see the best foliage color? Did you know that you can take a quiz and your answers will best determine your color and where to go to see the best colors for your Fall travel? Answer three simple questions and you’re given a color and a destination.  Now there’s no excuse for not jumping in the car for a weekend getaway to see some great Fall foliage.

Let me know how you made out and where you’ll be going to check out all the amazing Fall colors. As for me, I’m sticking to Boston for now, but will live vicariously through pictures online, especially Instagram.

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