New England is renowned for its stunning fall foliage, with vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows painting the landscape. Popular destinations include New Hampshire's White Mountains, Vermont's Green Mountains, and Maine's Acadia National Park.

New England

Spanning North Carolina and Tennessee, Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers a breathtaking display of fall colors, with over 100 species of trees transforming the landscape. Drive along the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway or hike to one of the many overlooks for panoramic views.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

This scenic 469-mile route winds through the Appalachian Mountains, offering a kaleidoscope of fall colors along the way. Stop at overlooks like Mabry Mill and Linn Cove Viaduct for breathtaking vistas.

Blue Ridge Parkway

Nestled in the Adirondack Mountains, Lake George boasts a picturesque setting for fall foliage viewing. Take a boat tour on the lake, hike to the summit of Prospect Mountain, or drive along the scenic Route 9N for stunning views.

Lake George, New York

The Upper Peninsula of Michigan is a hidden gem for fall foliage enthusiasts. Drive along the M-119 scenic route, hike in Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, or visit Tahquamenon Falls for a mesmerizing display of autumn colors.

Upper Peninsula, Michigan

Shenandoah National Park is a haven for fall foliage lovers, with over 500 miles of hiking trails and Skyline Drive, a scenic 105-mile road that winds through the park's ridges.

Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

The Catskill Mountains offer a picturesque backdrop for fall foliage viewing, with charming towns, historic sites, and abundant hiking trails. Visit the town of Woodstock, hike to Kaaterskill Falls, or drive along the Catskill Mountain Scenic Byway for breathtaking views.

Catskill Mountains, New York

Colorado's high-altitude mountains and aspen forests create a stunning spectacle of fall colors. Drive along the scenic Million Dollar Highway, hike in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness Area, or visit the town of Aspen for a quintessential fall experience.


Utah's diverse landscapes, from mountains to canyons to deserts, offer a unique perspective on fall foliage. Visit Zion National Park, hike in the Wasatch Mountains, or drive along the scenic Mirror Lake Scenic Byway for vibrant autumn hues.


Oregon's stunning landscapes, from the Cascade Mountains to the Columbia River Gorge, provide a variety of fall foliage experiences. Drive along the scenic McKenzie River Scenic Byway, hike in the Mount Hood National Forest, or visit the Willamette Valley wine region for a colorful escape.