Fall Foliage Resources and Links

Foliage Links to Fall and Autumn Foliage Resources

 

Cams and Updated Photos

Fall Foliage Guides

Autumn Exposure – stunning autumn photos from New England and Colorado

Driving Tours in New England – from Yankee Magazine

Foliage Central from Yankee Magazine

Fall color finder – For those who can;t tell their ash from a rosebud

Fall color in the Eastern United States – great articles on facts and folklore about autumn and foliage color changes

Fall Foliage Prediction Map 2019 from SmokeyMountain.com

Great Fall Drives in the Blue Ridge – great site with updated regional events calendar

Kankamagus Highway, White Mountains, NH- truly one of the most scenic stretches of highway in New England

Kid’s Guide to Outdoor Fall Fun forwarded from Krista’s mom, and packed with great ideas.

Maine Fall Foliage When and Where to Visit from the official Maine State site, Maine.gov

Maine Photo Gallery: The Best of Year’s Past features some great photos of Maine Foliage

Round the Bend’s Travel Guide to Upstate NY Foliage – regional Foliage Links

Photographers Guide to New England Foliage – great photos. If you must sample Autumn “virtually” from “away”, this is a great site to get that Autumn feel

Scenic Fall Motorcycle Rides – Asheville, NC: great scenic foliage rides for the bike or the car

Take Your Peak: A Guide to Fall Foliage on the East Coast– when’s the best time for peeping

The Top Ten Best Place to View Fall Foliage (hope this doesn’t spoil the suspense,but number 1 is Camden, Maine)

US Trails Information Center – contains information on over 7000 rail trails throughout the US, many in prime peeping country

Virginia’s MacArthur Inn – newly renovated in the heart of the Appalacians, great peeping here

You had to ask

What’s photosynthesis – from Arizona State University. Includes several technical papers. Looks like it would be more fun to just take a walk in the woods

Why leaves change color – easier reading here and informative. This is a good site to send the students for a fun Fall lesson

Autumn Chemistry – from the Richmond Times Dispatch. Another great article that could be used in a classroom setting

Why do leaves change color in the Fall? – From Science Made Simple. Specifically written for kids and a great resource for an impromptu science lesson

Preserve the colorful beauty of Autumn leaves – from the Tri-City Herald. Another great Autumn project for students

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