Experiencing Fall in Colorado is a Must
Fall foliage in Colorado is quite possibly one of the most beautiful things you will ever see. Although, fall doesn’t officially begin until September 23rd, let’s be honest, fall is already here.
On top of great things like Thanksgiving and pumpkin pie, nature puts together a show this season; one that you need to stop and contemplate, and Colorado is the perfect place for that. As the season progresses, you will witness the change in landscape, where autumn colors come together in perfect harmony, creating a completely natural work of art no art gallery could ever compete with.
Once we transition from summer into fall, we will slowly start seeing changes in foliage. Fall foliage in Colorado will kick off the week of September 14th. At this point you will see minimal changes, fall foliage might be a little patchy by then but give it a little time. By early October it will be in full swing! That will likely be from October 5 to 14, according to the Farmer’s Almanac.
Even if you don’t live in the mountains or visit mountainous areas in Colorado, you will still be able to see the majestic colors of fall. Their peak moment will be about a week later than in the mountain and will likely last a bit longer, too.
Making the Most Out of the Season
Ah, autumn. The treats are to die for, the weather is crisp, and the landscape is amazing! With so much beauty out there, how could you not take time to appreciate it, experience it, taking it all in? You must.
Some of the most popular activities this time of year in Colorado include harvest festivals, apple picking, hiking, camping, and if you’re adventurous, even an ATV tour would be an awesome way to experience this beautiful season. You can’t miss out. Get out there. It’s time.