02 October . 2018
Our Online Guide to Scenic Fall Foliage
Along with hot cider, cozy sweaters and the smell of fresh firewood once summer says goodbye, those of us lucky enough to call the South Sound home have a barrage of stunning fall colors to look forward to. The primary viewing period for Western Washington color is October. Early to mid-October is best to see colorful foliage at higher elevations, and later in the month and into November at lower elevations. We’ve compiled some of our favorite resources to satisfy your little leaf-peeping heart all season long!
Are you ready to make nature a part of your daily life? Stop by our Visitor Headquarters, The Post, to grab a trail map and learn about Tehaleh’s more than 1,800 acres of parks, trails, and open space.
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