Fabulous Fall Foliage: The Best Places To View Changing Leaves
Posted on 01 Oct 2020
Mid-September in Colorado means a chance to see the changing leaves throughout our beautiful state. With so many scenic views to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to start. If you’re in the mood for leaf peeping, read on to discover inspirational and iconic vantage points.
Despite this year’s dry weather conditions, you’ll still find popping color palettes across the Rockies in 2020. For those who like to hit the trails for hiking and biking, Colorado flaunts fantastic flora along well-known wandering pathways. With Rocky Mountain National Park to the north, Pikes Peak to the south, and Maroon Bells in the west, you’ll enjoy jaw-dropping sights no matter which destination you choose. When you return from your trip, store your hiking and biking gear in a spacious garage — Oakwood Homes features roomy multi-car garages that offer creative and useful storage space for everything from boots to backpacks.
If you’ve put off your annual family vacation or weekend getaway with your friends, get back out there with a multi-day trip to truly experience the color-changing show. Take off toward Independence Pass or the Million Dollar Highway — which extends into New Mexico — for a longer tour of the state’s terrific transformation. Don’t forget that every good road trip needs stellar snacks! Pack a picnic in a kitchen from Richmond American, where gleaming countertops and brand-new appliances make it fun and easy to chop veggies and bag sandwiches.
You live in Colorado for a reason — location, location, location! Take local advantage of what tourists travel for by taking the kids on a half- or full-day trip to see the magic happen. When you join the Reunion community, you’ll enjoy being close to your favorite colorful destinations. TRI Pointe builds beautiful homes with innovative architecture that provides a warm starting point and welcome return from your trip. In about an hour, you can reach thrilling locales such as Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre and Colorado Springs. Along the way, you’ll spot the breathtaking trees that blanket the hills in gold, red, and orange.
At Reunion, you’ll love the benefits of spacious floorplans, gorgeous kitchens, and access to the Rocky Mountains. Before you head out, stay safe by checking local weather conditions and hazardous areas. Share your favorite foliage photos with us on Instagram!