My first Autumn/Fall in Adirondack, New York. The Foliage was breathtakingly beautiful!
We hike to the top of Mount Arab, the highest peak, showed off some beautiful colors in the surrounding mountains, and I found that the yellows, oranges, and reds were pretty nice all around Tupper Lake, particularly in higher elevations.
The Adirondacks is always the first region in the state to see fall colors, thanks to its higher elevations and one of the most brilliant Fall foliage displays in the country. Vibrant reds, yellows, and oranges transform the mountains into a stunning canvas of color – but it won’t last long! Only two weeks then it’s winter time.
A true one-of-a-kind experience. Definitely will hike again, Every Fall Season!