Just hearing the word “fall” always brings to mind images of spectacular foliage. Forested valleys and mountains ablaze in jewel-like shades of reds, oranges and yellows are a natural phenomenon unique to the fall season. Fall also happens to be a delightful time to go hiking, with cooler temperatures and a certain crispness to the air.
The most famous region for fall foliage in the United States is New England, closely rivaled by the Appalachians. However, there are amazing destinations all across the country where you can admire the seasonal woodland scenery from equally excellent hiking trails. The following destinations are all ideal for doing just that.