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Published on : Monday, October 24, 2016
The peak of the fall color season in Michigan has attracted a major chunk of the international tourists who are visiting the region to catch a glimpse of the scenic views that can only be found in northern Michigan.
“The colors are starting to peak out, so we get a lot more tours coming in, and a lot more people that can’t believe the color change,” an online website quoted TC Helicopter pilot Kurtis Dellicker as saying.
“It changes from day to day so rapidly, it’s unreal. One day it’s green the next day it’s beautiful yellow and blazing orange colors in the trees,” he added.
TC Helicopters was out at Bowers Harbor on Sunday to give color tours to customers.
The tourists in town make it a point to visit some of the picturesque wineries throughout the area as well.
“As soon as the colors started changing, we started getting a lot more people in the tasting room,” said Lindsay Miller with Bowers Harbor. “Everybody is coming up to do the tours and see all the beautiful autumn colors up here.”
Though the color season is pretty short, both Miller and Dellicker say it’s one of the most profitable times of year for the businesses.
Miller says the peak of the fall colors is one of the busiest times of the year over at Bowers Harbor Vineyards on Old Mission Peninsula.