Off the beaten path places to enjoy fall foliage, North East.
This time of the year, having a chance to go out in the open and enjoy the magical colors of fall is a special treat. There are a few traditional areas that many frequent during this time of the year for its color rich natural scenery. New England comes to mind, ripe with an extended fall blanket stretching as far a the eye can see. Canada has its own prime spots for enjoying fall. Alaska also commands a fair share of such spots. Those who visit New York this time of the year, particularly enjoy the enchanting fall colors of central park. In this series, however, we will cover places that you might not have heard of, but that nonetheless are equally magical if not more.
With leaf peeing starting and intensifying, the traditional foliage watching spots are promising to be extra vibrant this year, especially toward New York state, especially southern New York state, across southern New England in areas like the Catskill Mountains and Connecticut. Up north, the historic Mohawk Trail, travelling through the northern Berkshire Mountains, from Greenfield to North Adams. This route has so many well kept hiking and biking trails, all popular and have spectacular sights. Among the latter is the famous Bridge of Flowers, with over 500 varieties or vegetation, open until October 30th, Salmon Falls Gallery, the Mohawk State forest. in north Adams, where the trail ends, and after having enjoyed miles of a colorful enchanting scenery, you get to witness the Natural Bridge State Park mesmerizing natural beauty. Farther north, "Where the mountains meet the sea," sits the scenic town of Camden Maine, and all it gorgeos fall scenery.