Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 19, 2010

Is Blue Ridge Parkway This Year’s Top Fall Foliage Spot?

Western North Carolina may well be the place to be this fall

There is a lot of chatter on the internet about the Blue Ridge Parkway being this year’s go to fall foliage site.  Possibly for good reason.  This year’s season weather pattern has included a dry spring/summer weather pattern followed by heavy rains at the end of summer.  Biologists and naturalists believe this weather will lead to a very good year for fall color in western N. Carolina.   As always with fall foliage check on the conditions right before you go as sudden changes in the weather can change everything .To read more about fall foliage in the Blue Ridge Parkway area go to :
Fall foliage experts predict best color show in years

Spectacular fall colors in forecast for mountains

For reports, drives and information on the Blue Ridge Parkway go to : North Carolina

And if you still are looking for wildflowers there are still blooms to be seen along the Blue Ridge Parkway including Butter and Eggs, Black Eyed Susan, Woodland Sunflower, Ox-Eyed Daisy, Coreopsis and Goldenrod. To read more go to the  Blue Ridge Parkway Wildflower Report for September 17, 2010

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