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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Leaf peeing the fall colors in Porcupine Mountains

7 of our favorite places for fall Colors and leaf Peeping

  1. Porcupine Mountains
  2. Michigan's Upper Peninsula
  3. Smoky Mountains
  4. Tunnel of Trees
  5. Leavenworth, Washington
  6. The Ozarks, Missouri, and Arkansas
  7. Glacier National Park, Montana
leaf peeping fall colors Porcupine Mountains