The Peak of Colorado's Fall Colors Season September 23, 2014 - Today I sought the fall foliage on Lost Canyon Road, a scenic mountain route in
The latter half of September is usually when the autumn colors are at their peak in the high country. As you'll see from my photos and videos below,
my senses were enthralled by all the color. Get out there and enjoy the fall season!
It was all golden leaves in this aspen grove.
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This was my view of mountains and foliage as I headed into forest on Lost Canyon Road.
Coming closer to the first group of aspens.
Bright foliage, mostly yellow with a few shades of red.
The sun broke through intermittently, making those golden leaves shine.
One of my favorites from this fall foliage tour.
Looking up at the aspens.
An autumn road.
The fallen leaves make this picture.
The aspen tree is the state tree of Colorado.
A few trees with orange and red foliage.
A peaceful fall scene.
Lost Canyon Road climbs up the hillside. At the second major switchback, there is a wonderful overlook with this view.