Fall foliage means endless colors!
Generally between mid-September and the end of October, the Endless Mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania burst with countless shades of oranges, yellows and reds, attracting visitors from far and wide who want to take a scenic drive or an awe-inspiring walk through the woods. While it may be cut short from time to time, depending on the weather conditions from August through September, Pennsylvania typically boasts the longest fall foliage season on planet, according to the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR).
You can check out fall foliage reports and an interactive map for the entire state of Pennsylvania through the DCNR website at:
Be sure to keep up with the changing colors during the fall season at Mt. Pisgah State Park in Bradford County, Salt Springs State Park in Susquehanna County and the Worlds End and Ricketts Glen State Parks in Sullivan County at: http://maps.dcnr.pa.gov/storymaps/fallfoliage/
A list of beautiful vistas, scenic overlooks and other great spots for catching the fall foliage can be found in our newly released “Endless Mountains Outdoor Recreation Guide”, done in partnership with the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau, Bradford County Tourism Promotion Agency and our four counties. Click here to get your copy of the Endless Mountains Outdoor Recreation Guide.
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