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Fall Colors A Plenty!

| 09/11/2015 | Blog, Fall, Group Tours, Hiking, Leavenworth Cascade Foothills, Methow Valley, North Cascades, Outdoor Adventure, Stevens Pass Greenway, Views and Overlooks, Wenatchee Columbia River Valley

The contrast between seasons on the Cascade Loop is sharp, and flashy Fall colors emerge from warm summer weather with a force each September/October. Depending on the year and the weather of course, travelers can expect to find vibrant gold larch in the higher elevations, brilliant red vine maple, blazing orange hardwoods and even a few stands of golden quaking aspen. Fall ushers in pleasantly cooler temperatures, perfect for grabbing a quick hike to seek out those truly unique photo opportunities. Rather not venture far? No worries! Plenty of brilliant colors are visible right from the roadway. 

Get up-to-date info about Fall Foliage here: 

Forest Service Fall Foliage Color Hotline (800) 354-4595, select Pacific Northwestern States

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