Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Fall In PA: A Trillion Or So Trees Are Waiting To Say Hello

Every Fall, Pennsylvania puts on an unrivaled blaze of glory along its highways, country roads and small towns. The autumn canopy reveals the candy yellows and rich oranges from poplar, hickory, sycamore and birch trees.
The deeper reds and purples shine atop Pennsylvania's red maple, sumac and black gum species. And with the touch of autumn's wand, the rich and vibrant burnt sienna scenery appears as far as the eye can see.
Yeah, Fall is Bigger Here in Pennsylvania, with unforgettable color excursions in every region. Check out Leaf Peepers Roadtrips for 3-day itinerary suggestions that show off our colors. The only trick to PA's autumn wonderland is going at the perfect time of the season, so check back for weekly Fall Foliage Reports.
It's also the harvest season in Keystone Country, when PA produce is ripe for the pickin'. And that means farm-fresh apples from country markets, prize animals at county fairs and causal strolls through pumpkin patches. Enjoy!
Visit the Fall In PA webpage for more ideas.

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