Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 12, 2013

Great Smoky Mts. Fall Leaf Color 11/12/13

Fall Leaf Color Updates | Great Smoky Mountains Association has a new fall report for November 12.

Surprisingly, vibrant relicts of the fall color season persist in pockets and sheltered coves of the Great Smoky Mountains. Several types of oaks, especially scarlet oak, and some other tree species, including sourwood, sweetgum, and some maples, continue to hoard their leaves. Good places to enjoy the last of the colors include Little River Road, Rich Mountain Road, Greenbrier, and the Tremont area.

Chances are good there will be some snow in the high country by Wednesday.

 Finely Cane (B-E) – Last mile before Bote Mountain Trail has nice colorful foliage – mostly yellows and orange – It is especially nice when the sun is shinning through the foliage.

See older reports at: Fall Leaf Color Updates | Great Smoky Mountains Association


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