From the bloggers at Go RVing.
It’s that time of year again. The changing leaves, the smoky smell of bonfires, and pumpkin-flavored everything are all part of that wonderful season, autumn. And just because the weather has turned cool and the kids are back in school, don’t think the time for outdoor fun is over. Fall is the perfect time to enjoy some of our favorite outdoor activities.
Autumn hikes can often be more rewarding than hiking in the summer. The weather is cool enough to make the vigorous exercise pleasant rather than exhausting, and the fall colors can turn any view from simply beautiful to absolutely staggering.
You can’t go wrong with any hike in New England in autumn, the foliage in the northeast is some of the best in the country. But a standout is Mount Garfield in New Hampshire. This 10-mile round trip hike promises not only sweeping views from the top, but beautiful foliage all along the trail. In the northwest, check out Ramona Falls in Oregon. Enjoy the majesty of the falls as well as the burst of color on the canyon wall.
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