Thursday, October 24, 2019

DCNR: Impressive Fall Colors Will Persist This Next Week!

On October 24, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources issued its fifth Fall Foliage Report with regional comments on factors influencing foliage changes.
Impressive fall color throughout the Commonwealth has persisted into this week! 
Areas bursting with color include the central and southern reaches of Pennsylvania, especially in Bald Eagle, Rothrock, and Weiser forest districts. Excellent color can also be found in the southern Poconos, central and south Allegheny Plateau, and many counties to the southeast. The diversity of color is likely at the statewide peak, considering the addition of hues from oak species.
Fall foliage enthusiasts should feel blessed with what appears to be an extended peak season!
Don’t forget to look at the comments on foliage by region of the state.
Visitors can get suggestions about the best spots to view fall foliage on the Penn’s Woods Fall Foliage story map and on the Pennsylvania Tourism Office website.
Information on hiking trails in Pennsylvania is available at the Explore PA Trails website.
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[Posted: October 24, 2019]

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