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Top 10 must-visit places in North Carolina for fall colors

It’s always hard to gauge exactly when the fall foliage will begin to change in the Carolinas. Peak leaf season can hit almost anytime, as early as September and as late as mid-November.

Will the lasting heat mar 2019’s fall leaf color?

It's officially fall, but it sure still feels like summer. The lasting heat is having an effect on the leaf color season.

Autumn falls into color at Grandfather Mountain

As the Blue Ridge Mountains begin to burst with fall color, Grandfather Mountain invites leaf-lookers to see the brilliant change from one of the best leaf-looking destinations in the South.

Will the NC mountains have a vibrant fall foliage season this year?

Hotels and retailers are gearing up for the fall foliage season in the North Carolina mountains, but the brilliance of the show from the changing leaves is still to be determined.

Color peak still to come in North Carolina mountains

The peak of fall color is still to come in the mountains of western North Carolina in this first full weekend of October.

Resort’s leaf lift gives riders bird’s eye view of fall foliage

The fantastic weather over the long Columbus Day weekend was ideal for tourists visiting the area to see the fall foliage and in the Poconos. At least one resort is providing a different view of the leaves.

Experts see improved outlook for fall leaves in NC

An expert on fall foliage who had earlier said leaf colors in the North Carolina mountains would be below average is changing her forecast The Asheville Citizen-Times reports Western Carolina University resident leaf color expert Kathy Matthews says relatively dry conditions over the last month, along with cooling temperatures, have improved the outlook.

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