BILLINGS, Mont. — We love fall for many reasons — the cool, crisp air, warm beverages and cozy sweaters are just a few. But perhaps the most memorable moment of fall is the changing of the leaves as trees suddenly burst with hues of fiery red and orange and warm yellow and gold. Across the country, people marvel at the dazzling colors that seem to emerge overnight and fade just as quickly as the leaves fall and winter arrives.
If you want to catch the brightest fall foliage, you have to plan ahead to know where to travel and when to view the best fall leaves. We’ve prepared a list of the best places to see fall leaves and when you can see them at their peak beauty.
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