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America’s Best Fall Getaways


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I’d like to show you the top fall destinations in the United States.

Sedona, Arizona, known for its majestic beauty, is home to winding, gorgeous hiking trails and canyons. In the fall, the trails are surrounded by stunning leaves hanging from some of the most towering trees visitors can expect to see.

Serene, natural water, running streams bypassing stones, small and large, create awe-inspiring calmness. A trip through Sedona in the fall where massive rocks, flowing waters, contrasting colors and natural beauty await will surely make a lasting impression.

Litchfield Hills, Connecticut is a quaint New England area offering scenic fall views and charming amenities. Rolling hills, colorful tree-lined countryside landscapes and crystal clear rivers are what makes this place a unique fall destination. Its beauty amazes tourists and locals alike with just a walk along one of the various trails or a drive through this historic gem.

Bucks County, Pennsylvania is an original fall attraction. Sprawling farmlands, lakes surrounded by colorful maple and oak trees allow for an old-fashioned American traveling experience. Several historic buildings yield a nostalgically attractive habitat.  Bucks County houses state parks and recreation areas permitting walking or biking trips. A trip through this picturesque community provides a truly memorable autumn adventure.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina is a widely-known and visited fall haven encompassed by mountain views, miles and miles of trails and rapidly-flowing voluminous water.  This park accommodates for a one-of-a-kind genuine experience.  The park maintains several historic districts, campsites and a seemingly endless forest of trees possessing deeply pigmented leaves. The fall sites, scents and memories that can be encountered here will unquestionably remain in one’s heart.

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