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The North American Indian Summer: Spectacular Foliage

Posted on October 12th, 2002 filed in travel articles    |   

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North America is famous for its ‘Indian Summer’ Autumn and the extravagant foliage that abounds in some of its areas. October is the classic time to enjoy this nature fest. It is worth noting that each area has its own foliage report and that is worth checking prior to heading there.
These are my favorites in that regard :

1) The fabulous Adirondack Park in upstate New York (The drive from Manhattan is absolutely breathtaking)
2) New England (Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachussets, Rhodes Island, and Main)

3) Quebec (Quebec City, Mont Tremblant)

4) Smokie Mountains (Tennesse, North Carolina, West Virginia)

5) Illinois: Morton Arboretum (Chicago) and Shawnee national Forest (8 hours south of Chicago)

6) Oregon: McKenzie Pass-Santiam Pass Scenic Byway
6) Georgia: Chattahoochee National Forest

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