Fall Foliage Top 6 U.S. National Parks 

Besides "spooky season" and pumpkin spice, fall's gorgeous foliage is a highlight. There's nothing like walking outdoors to see autumn's beautiful orange, red, and yellow leaves.

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Virtually no matter where you go you'll be treated to incredible views, whether you're hiking a trail or kayaking Jordan Pond

Acadia National Park


The leaves of the aspen begin 'quaking' in late summer and early autumn

Rocky Mountain National Park  


Grand Teton offers breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains, and in the fall, the mountains are draped in a blanket of color

Grand Teton


It is unusual to see a desert biome make the list of best fall destinations, but Zion National Park has become a true autumn crowd pleaser

Zion Park


The best views can be found at the New River Gorge Bridge, located just outside of Fayetteville

New River Gorge


Come fall, [this tree] turns a spectacular shade of gold before its needles fall off for the winter

North Cascades


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