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The 10 Best Fall Hiking Trails in the U.S.
Mount Greylock Summit is one of The 10 Best Fall Hiking Trails in the U.S..

1. Mount Greylock Summit

8.9
Thunderbolt Ski Trail (Rockwell Rd), Adams, MA
Montagne · 20 conseils et avis

Condé Nast TravelerCondé Nast Traveler: Carriage roads, waterfalls, and the view from the top—Vermont’s Green Mountains, the Catskills, and—on a clear day—New Hampshire’s White Mountains—reveal what all the fuss is about. En savoir plus .

Top Of Mount Mansfield is one of The 10 Best Fall Hiking Trails in the U.S..

2. Top Of Mount Mansfield

9.1
In The Clouds, Stowe, VT
Montagne · 6 conseils et avis

Condé Nast TravelerCondé Nast Traveler: Summit via Sunset Ridge, which practically guarantees views. Once you're up top, look west toward the colors of Lake Champlain. Dreading the hike down? Don't—you can take a chairlift. En savoir plus .

Parc national d'Acadia is one of The 10 Best Fall Hiking Trails in the U.S..

3. Parc national d'Acadia

9.5
(Acadia National Park)
Mount Desert Island, Bar Harbor, ME
Parc naturel · 95 conseils et avis

Condé Nast TravelerCondé Nast Traveler: One of the country's most-visited national parks provides fall sights aplenty: namely, the sought-after leaves of red, orange, and yellow. En savoir plus .

Breakneck Ridge is one of The 10 Best Fall Hiking Trails in the U.S..

4. Breakneck Ridge

9.5
3250 Route 9D (Hudson Highlands State Park), Cold Spring, NY
Chemin · 43 conseils et avis

Condé Nast TravelerCondé Nast Traveler: The steep, strenuous hike is one of the most common in the Northeast for more reasons than just its accessibility: Strategic rock scrambling rewards with panoramic views of the Hudson River Valley. En savoir plus .

Niagara Gorge is one of The 10 Best Fall Hiking Trails in the U.S..

5. Niagara Gorge

Niagara Gorge, Niagara Falls, NY
Autres grands espaces · 2 conseils et avis

Condé Nast TravelerCondé Nast Traveler: Here, you’re surrounded by trees with turning leaves; roaring waters; and fishermen taking advantage of one of the best spots in the region. En savoir plus .

Maroon Bells Guide & Outfitters is one of The 10 Best Fall Hiking Trails in the U.S..

6. Maroon Bells Guide & Outfitters

9.1
3133 Maroon Creek Rd, Aspen, CO
Belvédère / Panorama · 10 conseils et avis

Condé Nast TravelerCondé Nast Traveler: Maroon Bells is home to hikes for every kind of nature enthusiast. Don't forget to look down: Maroon Lake reflects the Bells, wildflowers, and aspens galore. En savoir plus .

7. Aspen Vista Trail

Hyde Park Road, Santa Fe, NM
Chemin · Ni conseil ni avis
Silver Lake Interpretive Trail is one of The 10 Best Fall Hiking Trails in the U.S..

8. Silver Lake Interpretive Trail

Salt Lake City, UT
Chemin · 3 conseils et avis

Condé Nast TravelerCondé Nast Traveler: Head up Bald Mountain on this 0.9-mile loop, where you’ll see wildflowers, aspen, and views of the Jordanelle Reservoir. History buffs, keep your eyes open for old mining equipment along the way. En savoir plus .

Parc national de Grand Teton is one of The 10 Best Fall Hiking Trails in the U.S..

9. Parc national de Grand Teton

9.6
(Grand Teton National Park)
Teton Park Rd, Jackson Hole, WY
Parc naturel · 65 conseils et avis

Condé Nast TravelerCondé Nast Traveler: On this 5.5 mile loop, you'll see a little bit of everything: snow-capped peaks; a rushing creek; two glacially-formed lakes; wide-open terrain; and, of course, bright yellow aspen. En savoir plus .

Kebler Pass is one of The 10 Best Fall Hiking Trails in the U.S..

10. Kebler Pass

Crested Butte, CO
Montagne · 1 conseil

Condé Nast TravelerCondé Nast Traveler: Every fall, hikers (and photographers) take to Dyke Trail—a six-miler that meanders the sea of yellow and crosses the rocky ridge from which it takes its name. (You can drive or bike, if you prefer.) En savoir plus .