Leaf Peeping: Fall in the Adirondacks
Leaf peeping in the Adirondacks is an absolute “must” when travelling to Upstate NY in the fall. Thousands of travelers come from around the world to view the vibrant colors of our fall foliage. Vivid colors of orange, yellow and red fill the sky as leaves change colors for the season, making it a perfect opportunity to do some leaf peeping!
What exactly is leaf peeping?
Leaf peeping is the term used for viewing and photographing the fall foliage and the beautiful colors of autumn. New York has a huge variety of broad-leafed tress with an amazing spectrum of colors. And because we have about as many acres of these trees as all the rest of the Northeast combined, you’ll see the most spectacular displays here.
Experience leaf peeping in the Adirondacks!
Autumn is an unforgettable season here at Lapland Lake, and a visit to the Adirondacks will surely rejuvenate and inspire. There’s no better way to sample all the amazing beauty of this season than at Lapland Lake Nordic Center. So pack your car and get ready to experience the beautiful colors of fall! Rent an Adirondack cabin at Lapland Lake and be close to all the colorful beauty.
When is the best time for leaf peeping in the Adirondacks?
Peak times for Adirondack foliage tours generally occur from mid September until the third week in October. Colors at Lapland Lake are typically at their most vibrant from the last week of September into early October, but time periods prior to and after these dates also offer lovely displays. Come and experience leaf peeping in the Adirondacks during the fall and explore its awe-inspiring beauty!
Enjoy the splendor of the Adirondacks enhanced by warm Finnish hospitality every season of the year at Lapland Lake Nordic Vacation Center! Please click here for Adirondack Cabin Rental information!