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Foliage Magic: The Best Fall Trip Destinations Part 2

When leaves start turning yellow, orange, gold and brown, nature becomes poetic and everything slows down a bit. When it comes to trips in the fall, there are many foliage enthusiasts who travel to see deciduous trees in full display of their wonderful color. If you’re one of them, be sure to check out these magical places in the U.S.

The Berkshires, Massachusetts


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Where does the entire urban city folk go when fall takes over, and the leaves start colorfully dangling from the trees, you may ask?

Well, to The Berkshires in Massachusetts, of course. This country escape from concrete wilderness grants its visitors with a world-class color scheme swap.

Wherever you look you can see magical tones of crimson, gold, yellow, and everything in between, while a subtle wind blows in the aroma of the most wonderful season of them all.

Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina And Tennessee


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This national park is probably one of the most visited national parks in the States, and the number of amazed people that gasp for air while wondering among the stunning trees only grows as the weather becomes colder and colder.

Among more than 100 native trees, there are prime specimens of maples, scarlet oaks, hickories, and others which all transcend into a different kind of world thanks to their stunning tones of orange, crimson, old, yellow, and even purple.

Lake Of The Ozarks, Missouri


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What’s better than a scenery made of amazing colors and tones, accompanied by a out-of-this-world water backdrop? If you’re into this sort of surrounding, then look no further than Lake of the Ozarks.

This year-round stunning place only gets more poetic in the fall, when the whole forests seems to ignite and burst into every sun-bathed shade imaginable.