Where is your favorite place for fall leaves in Northern Utah?

    Fall beauty is fast approaching and we’re in the best place to see fantastic displays of color! The US Forestry Service has launched their Fall Colors 2014 campaign with an online color-coded map, Fall Color Hotline and a lot of information to help you plan which areas to enjoy the Fall Colors in Utah. Fall foliage generally runs mid-September to October, but weather does affect the brilliance or duration.


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    Color will soon be bursting all over in Northern Utah and surrounding areas.

    treesHere are other great places to enjoy the fall colors are:

    3 Byways near Ogden

    Bountiful Peak Drive

    Emigration Canyon

    East Canyon

    Mueller Park

    Millcreek Canyon

    Butterfield Canyon

    Alpine Loop

    Ogden Canyon (Monte Cristo)

    Big Cottonwood Canyon

    Little Cottonwood Canyon

    Sardine Canyon (Wellsville Canyon)

    Weber Canyon

    Trapper’s Loop

    Nebo Loop

    Guardsman Pass

    Provo Canyon Scenic Byway

    And many more – click HERE.

    There are other ways to see the fall leaves than from the ground –

    Hot Air Ballooning by Wolf Creek Resort Hot Air Balloons

    Scenic Chairlift Rides at Wolf Creek and Snowbasin

    Fun Fall Foliage Links:

    http://leaf-peeper.blogspot.com/

    http://utahfallcolors.com/

    http://www.fs.fed.us/fallcolors/2013/

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