Off the beaten path places to enjoy fall foliage
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.
Glacier National Park, Montana:
With its vast expanses of forests lakes, mountains and glaciers, glacier National park in Montana is a sight to behold. The view is unrestricted for miles on end, and the colors ranging from the spruce blue of the evergreens yellow and fall red, not to mention the mirroring on the lakes. lake McDonald is especially notorious for such breathtaking views, and these are accentuated at sundown, with the sun peering over the snow capped mountain tops.