Top 5 Fall Trips to Take in North America

5 Fall Trips in North America

Looking for a great trip to take this fall? Here are some suggestions.  There is a little something for everyone whether you want to experience fall beauty or escape somewhere to forget about the impending winter.

1) For Road Trip Enthusiasts 

Drive through New England and the Appalachians to see the trees in hundreds of varying colors.  Famous Allegheny Passage from Cumberland, Maryland to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania boasts some of the most famous views of fall foliage.  Stop along to way to visit apple orchards or to take a hayride. Travel anywhere from South Carolina to Wisconsin to experience picturesque views in the fall.

Fall foliage


2) For Those Who Aren’t Ready to Face Winter

Visit locations close to the Ecuador for one last summer-like trip. Places such as Puerto Rico still have temperatures in the high 80’s throughout the fall.  As an added bonus, the tourist season doesn’t pick up until mid-November, providing cheaper hotels and airfare.

Puerto rico


3) For Those Who Like Unique Experiences 

Every fall there are a number of festivals throughout the U.S., perhaps one of the most famous of these is the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.  Each year the festival draws thousands to view the hundreds of balloons ranging in shapes from a Pepsi can to a castle.

Balloon Fiesta


4) For Nature Lovers 

Ski resorts in British Columbia, Nevada, and Colorado offer a place to stay in nature with an amazing view.  Like mexico, it is the off season in the fall, so you can stay in an upscale resort for bargain prices.

mountain small


5) For the Tourist

Prefer to take a trip to a location with lots of action and nightlife? A city on a coast can be a great option for if you are looking for warm, stable weather with a plethora of things to do. Visit cities such as San Diego or Charleston and experience a tourist hot spot minus the summer crowds.

san diego

One thought on “Top 5 Fall Trips to Take in North America

  • December 9, 2016 at 10:04 am

    Utah’s National Parks are also a great pick for a fall trip !
    neither too hot nor too cold , I would definitely recommend it.



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