Top 5 Spots To See The Leaves Change Color In New York
Fall is almost officially here in New York and there are plenty of signs.
From the Pumpkin Spice everything to the kids waiting for the school bus, fall in New York is an amazing time. One of the best parts of the fall is that the leaves start to change color and the landscape looks amazing.
As you can see there are not a lot of changes yet, but soon New York will be covered in amazing fall colors.
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According to the OLD Farmer's Almanac, we will start to see the majority of the leaves start to change color towards the end of September.
|Sept. 28-Oct. 28, depending on elevation and distance from the coast.
According to their prediction, it looks like we will have a solid month of fall foliage and you know there are plenty of places to see amazing colors in the fall across the Empire State.
Here is a look at the Top 5 places to see the Fall Foilage here in New York according to the website Iloveny.com.
The Catskills Mountains
The “Grand Canyon of the East,” Letchworth State Park
By Train along the Adirondack Scenic Railroad
Thru the air at Holiday Valley with their Chairlift ride
The fire tower at Ferncliff Forest
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