Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 16, 2012

Plumas County Fall Color Updated 10/16/12

Updated 10/16/12

Awesome Autumn (Plumas County) reports:

Oakland Camp: Oaks are finally starting to blush with color, and the rhubarb is just at peak, wild grapes and creek dogwood are also showing good color

The trip over the top to Canyon Dam is good too. Arlington out to and around Antelope is a nice trip as well. The Aspens are at peak but the others are lagging behind.

The drive to Round Valley is “Good” not great yet

Feather River … in a week or so this whole area will be at the peak of perfection

It’s a very beautiful hike along Boyle Creek but the colors aren’t great yet. Lots of maple and dogwood but not sure if it’s too early for great colors. Some dogwood is pinkish red.

Graeagle Pond has some nice color showing

California Fall Color reports that in the high elevations for Plumas County Fall Color is looking good:

75 – 100% – High Northern Sierra – Look for yellow aspen particularly in drainages of burned areas of previous forest fires.

Check out both sites for more reports and photos.


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