Your Guide to Enjoying the Fall Leaves with SkyRun
The air gets cool and crisp, pumpkins overtake every aspect of our daily lives, and we're all counting down towards that extra hour of sleep (November 4th by the way). Fall has blanketed North America in a quilt of pumpkin-spice and falling leaves, and we are all here for that welcomed change in seasons!
Our favorite thing about the Fall is the changing of the leaves. Landscapes are overtaken with colors of gold, orange, and red, signifying the change in season, and igniting our love for this time of year. Locations like Colorado, Montana, and Vermont are best situated to experience the full force of this color explosion, offering front row seats the best foliage shows in Fall.
According to SmokyMountains.com, it's not too late to get in on the action! Many places will be at peak color change through October 29th, and we've got your top SkyRun Properties and fall location guides to make the most out of this special time of year. Make sure to leave a comment letting us know your favorite activities in Fall and keep scrolling to find your perfect Fall escape to book online today!
This time of year Colorado is covered from prairies to mountains in millions of crunchy leave - perfect for piling up and jumping into. With the sate's abundance of sunshine (over 300 days a year), you'll want head to the nearest open space or lakefront to take in the crisp air, surrounded by groves of golden tree tops. Pack a picnic and the camera - you'll want to remember this magical escape!
How to see the leaves
Peak to Peak Byway (Colorado Hwy. 72 and 7) from Black Hawk to Estes Park
This 50-mile stretch of highway provides gorgeous scenic views and some open pastures perfect for nice picnic locations and photo spot opportunites.
Past the Eisenhower tunnel, once you start to get into the Ski Resort areas, there are tons of foliage changes all throughout. Once you hit Vail it's golden for miles on end as the Aspens bask in their Fall glory.
Top Properties in Colorado to see the leaves
Some say Big Sky Country is best experienced in the Fall. The fishing is superb, the wildlife is in abundance, and the landscapes take your breath away. Montana is in full bloom this time of year, offering exciting activites the whole family can enjoy. Pack up the fishing poles, grab the family, and get ready to head north for this cornucopia of Fall delights.How to see the leavesGlacier National Park
According toGreatFallsTribune.com,U.S. Highway 2 along the southern boundary of the park into Lake McDonald are good places to look at fall colors, but a favorite spot is Bowman Lake when the larch are golden.
This city is just north of our Montana SkyRun properties and is known for taking care of over 33,000 trees city-wide. River's Edge trail offers beautiful views of the foliage, and is the perfect warm up on a crisp day.
Top Properties in Montana to see the leaves
If Fall was a competion, and the states were competing, Vermont would win the title. Known for its landscapes this time of year, Vermont in the Fall is something that should be on everyone's bucket list. Aided by the endless groves of Maple trees, Vermont is blessed this time of year with a color explosion like no other. Make sure to leave room in the suit case for all of the maple candies you'll want to bring home to the family!
How to see the leaves
Upper Connecticut River Valley Loop
This 115-mile loop goes through the Killington Ski Area, Woodstock, and the Queeche Gorge. All three, amazing spots to stop, enjoy the fall foliage and quaint Vermont towns.
Mad River Valley
This beautiful, quant town lies near most of our Montana SkyRun properties. You'll be able to head in for a relaxing day of shopping, with endless options to take in the foliage - whether that be by foot, horse, or car.
Top Properties in Vermont to see the leaves