Autumn Foliage Report – Northeast Region, September 29th 2014

Fall Foliage September 2014 Northeast

Sourced from the Foliage Network

Fall Foliage watch has started! If you’re in Maine, Vermont, Michigan, or parts of Wisconsin or New York you are in nature’s coloring book. Head outside as soon as possible! Leaves are already in high color and are changing quick. Most likely this weekend these areas will see peak color.

If you’re in Central or Western New York, the first two weekends should serve you well for apples, pumpkin and wineries in the Finger Lakes Region. If you’re ready to go this weekend see above and head to the Adirondack Mountains or grab that last minute flight north. Being a New Yorker, I’ve planned my fall weekend trip to the country for Columbus Day weekend this year. The second and third weekends of October, color should be at high or peak color near the Pocono Mountains or Hudson Valley Region. See my chart below.

Fall Foliage Hudson Valley Region for New York City Day Trips 2014

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