Best U.S. cities to visit in Autumn

 Monday, September 12, 2022 


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With the earth adorned in red leaves and burning orange-hued landscapes as far as the eyes can see, fall is one of the most enchanting times of year. Time to get on the road and enjoy the autumnal highlights as the trees begin to take on warm red and orange tones. Here are some of the most magical cities to visit in autumn across the U.S.

New York, New York
New York City is best visited in the fall. Explore all the city’s stores, eateries, and museums, or simply unwind by watching a Broadway performance. Choose a hotel with views of Central Park, such as The Mark, Park Lane, or JW Marriott Essex House, so you can take in the changing foliage from the comfort of your suite. Of course, you’ll want to get some coffee and take a stroll through the famous park to take in the views of the skyline as you are surrounded by vibrant trees.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Jackson Hole is a fantastic spot to visit all year round because it is close to some of the best national parks and most well-liked ski regions in the nation, but fall is the perfect time to go if you intend to avoid some of the crowds and see the vibrant mountain foliage. To experience milder weather without the summer crowds, plan your trip for early fall, when the ski season normally begins at the end of November. Jackson Hole is unquestionably a doorway to autumnal outdoor adventure because it is only a short drive to both Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park. Visit the National Museum of Wildlife Art, go on a trek, or take a picturesque drive (while keeping an eye out for moose and bears).

Seattle, Washington
Take a trip to Seattle if you’re looking for a city with plenty of outdoor farmers markets, gardens, museums, breweries, and, yes, coffee shops. The fall is magical for a weekend of exploring since it provides clear skies, ideal crisp temperatures, and little rain. For the best selection of pumpkin beer, visit a nearby brewery, or visit the Japanese Gardens or Washington Park Arboretum to see the fall foliage. Another traditional fall activity is to attend a Seahawks game if you enjoy sports.

Salt Lake City, Utah
Numerous picturesque routes in Salt Lake City may provide you a front-row view of the city’s breathtaking fall foliage. Fall is the perfect time to go because it’s cooler, the trails are much less crowded, and accommodation rates are quite low. The Alpine Loop Scenic Byway is a must-do journey that is full of bright hues, waterfalls, canyons, and even some wildlife. In case the scenery inspires your adventurous side, there are many hiking trails as well.

North Carolina, Asheville
You may nearly always find some local street performers as you stroll around the charming downtown area, which is full of interesting stores, galleries, breweries, and restaurants. Take a trip through the nearby Pisgah National Forest to see lovely waterfalls among the changing leaves, or drive through a portion of the park to admire the scenery without having to do much physical effort. The Biltmore Estate, the biggest privately owned property in the United States and a well-known Asheville destination, is another well-liked site worth seeing. It is a Gilded Age estate with gardens and a winery. Choose to stay in a nearby tree home or cabin that you find on Airbnb for quiet and quaint accommodations.

The Berkshires, Massachusetts
Go to the Berkshires in western Massachusetts if you want to get away to rolling hills with beautiful fall colours. Lenox, Stockbridge, and Pittsfield are just a few of the attractive towns you can select from. At this time of year, you can drive between them and take in the sights of the vibrantly changing leaves. The Constance, The Dewey, and The Whitlock are three quaint inns that make up The Lenox Collection. They are located in 18th- and 19th-century structures that underwent major renovation in 2022.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Yellowstone National Park is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts with its stunning peaks and clear lakes. Hot springs are surrounded by colourful pools, lush woods wind through wide-open meadows, and erratic geysers shoot streams of scorching water into the air. It’s understandable why everyone thought John Colter, a scout for explorers Lewis and Clark, was exaggerated when he first described Yellowstone’s geothermal oddities in 1807. With so much unspoilt natural beauty. Today, there is no denying the park’s exceptionality. Be prepared to share the trails with year-round dwellers like buffalo, elk, and occasionally even grizzlies as you trek through its more than 3,000 square miles of mountains, canyons, geysers, and waterfalls.

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