Fall foliage is magestic in these favorite places
Fall colors are special to see. From Rhode Island to New Hampshire, and British Columbia to the majestic Southwest, North America has extraordinary fall foliage to enjoy. This week HipLatina has put together a list of 5 must-see colorful places in the western United States. Harvest turns the grape leaves bright red and gold from Mendocino Winecountry to the beauty of the Sedona high desert scape. We love road-tripping to visit small towns that celebrate the blessings of autumn. Next week we share our favorites of the Eastern seaboard.
Sedona – West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon
Glacier National Park Montana is know as the “Crown of the Continent” and it truly is one of the most beautiful National Parks. When you visit, you will fall in love with the park’s unforgettable scenery: sapphire lakes, knife-edge ridges, hanging valleys, and towering peaks. For more information you can find a link below.
If you are visiting Seattle I would put this on your list. The Seattle Japanese Garden at Washington Park Arboretum is one of the most celebrated Japanese gardens outside of Japan. It features a formal stroll-through garden at the north end and an informal, naturalistic woodland at the south end. The beauty of the fall changing colors and meticulousness of the gardens is lovely. For more information you can find a link below.