2013 Fall Foliage Travel Guide

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Don't miss out on America's grand costume change this fall. Leaf peeping opportunities abound as trees transform into a kaleidoscope of reds, oranges, yellows and purples all over the country. There are many ways to enjoy the season -- you can take an autumn road trip, go on a colorful hike or savor local foods and drinks against a spectacular backdrop.

Our fall foliage guide features a variety of travel ideas for autumn getaways. Try one of our road trip itineraries -- from a New England foodie drive in Vermont to Midwest explorations in Ohio to a photographer's adventure out West in Wyoming, these drives take in the best local scenery and culture. If road trips aren't your thing, try our alternative ways to enjoy the changing leaves, or check out some of the best places to see fall colors around the country.

Ready to hit the road? Pick a scenic drive:


Vermont Foodie Fall Foliage Drive
Ohio Fall Foliage Drive
Wyoming Fall Foliage Drive


Don't want to drive? Check out other fall foliage travel ideas:

10 Great Places to See Fall Foliage
From Pennsylvania to Minnesota, find out where the local trees really put on a show.

5 Alternative Ways to Go Leaf Peeping
Do something different this fall, like a hot air balloon ride or scenic horseback tour.

How to See Fall Colors by Train
Relax as you ride the rails and watch the colorful countryside roll by.

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