From the bloggers at RV Life.
Every year in early fall, the alpine forests along the 3,300-mile stretch of the rugged Rocky Mountains already start transforming into a brilliant canvas of golds, yellows and a smattering of red. Will you be there to experience it?
The higher elevations of Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Colorado have some of the most spectacular leaf peeping scenery in North America. As a bonus, you’ll find many places to camp as the weather cools. Here’s how to chart your course.
Plan to follow fall in September
Rocky Mountain fall color happens every September. Some years are better than others because of yearly weather. According to The Foliage Network, ideal conditions occur when an area has experienced “a warm and wet spring, typical summer conditions, and mild, sunny autumn days with cool evenings (which stay above 32° Fahrenheit).”
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