From the bright reds in New England woods to the golds in the Rocky Mountains, every spot has its way of showing off fall. Leaf peeping is a treat with people traveling all over the country for the best visuals. In this week’s podcast, we discuss 7 of our favorite spots for amazing colors and fun activities.
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7 of our favorite places for fall Colors and leaf Peeping
- Porcupine Mountains
- Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
- Smoky Mountains
- Tunnel of Trees
- Leavenworth, Washington
- The Ozarks, Missouri, and Arkansas
- Glacier National Park, Montana