Find fall foliage near you with a new website from the Forest Service

View of the Swift River from the Kancamagus Highway in New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest during peak autumn colors.Watching the fall colors change is a favorite seasonal rite of passage for outdoor enthusiasts across the country.

And now, thanks to a new fall colors website from the U.S. Forest Service, things just got a little easier for leaf-peepers everywhere.

The regularly-updated fall colors website tracks the progression of fall colors across the country and includes a map that shows just what places in the country have reached peak fall foliage brilliance. Along with the interactive map and some good recreation guides, the site also provides guidelines for using the USFS fall colors hotline, which is a great resource for leaf-peepers on the move.

Image: View of the Swift River from the Kancamagus Highway in New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest during peak autumn colors.

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