Wondering when the leaves will be changing colour? Here are some handy online guides to help you predict peak leaf-peeping times. Note that, as I write this, some of the foliage trackers aren’t yet active for 2017; just keep checking until they go live.
- Ontario Parks has a constantly updated fall foliage report for all of its parks.
- This website focusing on areas north of Toronto also has leaf information for the whole province.
- This Quebec tourism website provides general leaf-peeping advice.
- Here’s a fall foliage tracker for the Lake Placid area of the Adirondacks.
- Visit Adirondacks has a fall travel guide to the whole region that includes leaf information.
- The I Love New York fall foliage report for all of New York state will start on September 14.
- Here’s a tracker for Vermont leaves. Vermont Tourism has a map showing when leaves normally change, but it doesn’t give specific information for a given year.
- The White Mountains region of New Hampshire also has a foliage tracker.
- This map on a Smoky Mountains website actually covers all of the lower 48 U.S. states.
Happy leaf peeping!
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