It’s no secret that the Adirondacks boast some of the best fall foliage in the country, but Country Living Magazine recently took note of two towns in particular and included them in its list of “50 Small Towns Across America With The Most Beautiful Fall Foliage.”
Photo: Carl Heilman II
The first, Saranac Lake, was described as a “scenic village in the Adirondacks [that] offers miles of lakes, mountains, and hiking trails surrounded by the beautiful fall colors this region is known for.”
The second, Keene, was identified as the home of Mt. Marcy that “only gets more beautiful in the fall when the mountains are alive with rich fall color.”
Rounding out the list were other towns from the Northeast (Kent, CT; Camden, ME; Jefferson, NH; Stowe; VT), and some from out west (Breckenridge, CO; Calistoga, CA; Park City, UT; West Glacier, MT). New England was the most represented region, but states like Colorado and California each had multiple towns make the list.
What’s your favorite part about fall foliage in the Adirondacks? Where’s your favorite spot for leaf peeping?
- CountryLiving.com: 50 Small Towns Across America With the Most Beautiful Fall Foliage