It’s that time of year again, boys and girls. Fall foliage is at its peak, and that means most people are making the annual pilgrimage to the East Coast. But savvy travelers know they can also head north, south and even west to take in the colors. Here’s your fall foliage update.
Wisconsin’s fall colors are changing fast, but the middle part of the state is about to hit its peak. Head to areas like Wisconsin Dells and Fond du Lac to get the full fall foliage experience.
While the higher elevations of southern Utah have already peaked, you still have time to catch the foliage at low elevations near places like Cedar City and St. George.
The foliage in Western Pennsylvania is still brilliant, especial on the drive between Pittsburgh and Laurel Highlands. You can combine natural foliage with architecture at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, which sits above a waterfall and is surrounded by colorful trees
And here’s one you probably never expected…fall colors in Arizona? That’s right, in high elevations like Mount Lemmon outside of Tucson, there are golden aspens and red maples. And when temperatures drop in the desert, even the cacti turn red!
Keep reading for more travel tips.