Fall Hiking Spots
You don’t have to be an outdoorsy type of person to enjoy fall weather. Mild temperatures, crisp breezes and that gorgeous fall foliage! And what better way to enjoy the beauty of fall then by grabbing some friends and going on a fall hike?!
We suggest grabbing your walking stick and heading to one of these top destinations for gorgeous fall hikes:
- Colorado’s Maroon Bells in Aspen. As one of the most popular spots for viewing fall foliage, the Maroon Bells are a must-see. The twin peaks are a part of the Elk Mountains and offer glorious views of fall leaves against stunning mountain backdrops. Try the Maroon Creek Trail for an easy hike and the Crater Lake Trail if you want more of a challenge.
- New Jersey’s Pyramid Mountain. A moderate level circuit trail loops around the mountain and showcases panoramic viewpoints, gigantic boulders, and top-notch fall foliage.
- Wisconsin’s Lake Kegonsa State Park. Just south of Madison, Lake Kegonsa State Park offers 5 miles of hiking throughout 342 acres of oak woods, wetlands, and prairie. And if you want to hike with a group, then you can sign up for the Candlelight Hike on October 16th!
- New York’s Catskill Trails. Ready for a challenge? Strap on your hiking boots and conquer the northeastern Catskill trails. You’ll see 500 foot drops, breathtaking vistas, and colorful bursts of fall foliage.
- New Hampshire’s White Mountains. New Hampshire is known for having some of the best fall color. And there’s no better spot than the White Mountains! Thousands of trail options are available in the White Mountain National Forest, ranging from family friendly strolls to advanced-level climbs.
Don’t let the gorgeous fall weather slip away without hiking some trails! Get your group to one of the top fall hiking spots with The BusBank’s Charter Bus Rentals. A professional account executive can help you plan your customized trip.
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