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Top 5 Places to See Incredible Fall Foliage in the US

Fall Foliage
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The Poconos, Pennsylvania

One of the most remarkable ways to see the Pocono Mountains’ vibrant fall foliage hues of yellows, reds, and oranges is with a scenic drive along Route 6.

This road loops through charming towns like Hawley, Milford, and Honesdale, where you can take in all the autumn festivities, including the Hawley Harvest Hoedown and Honesdale’s Harvest and Heritage Days.

Another prime viewing spot is the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, where there are 70,000 acres of forests and wetlands, the two tallest waterfalls in the state, and over 100 miles of hiking trails.

The best time to see the vibrant leaves in the Poconos depends on the region and the progression of temperatures in the fall. Still, you can typically expect the best viewing from the end of September through late October.

Check the fall foliage forecast on the Poconos Mountain website for current information.

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