October 1, 2017 / AARON THEISEN / NW Travel Magazine

5 Fall-Color Drives

The leaf peepers of the Northeast and the aspen chasers of the Tetons may scoff, but the Northwest offers a quietly impressive fall-color display. Rather than one or two signature hues, our region boasts a remarkable diversity of fall drama, from the vivid orange of vine maples to the soft gold of larch and the ruddy color of huckleberry. Here, five road trips highlight the best that fall in the Northwest offers—because, come autumn, the region renowned for evergreens shows its true colors. Check out full piece, featuring the North Cascades Scenic Byway here. 

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