Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 13, 2016

California Fall Color 10/13/16

California Fall Color  has three new reports

Shasta-Cascade

willows around Manzanita Lake near the northwest entrance are “mostly golden, some still holding light green.”
She doesn’t expect many leaves to remain after this storm. In its defense, our experience is that leaves that have not yet turned are still sturdy enough to stay on branches, but those at peak fly away to parts unknown.
A cottonwood beside the Ranger Station is peaking and the short walk around Manzanita Lake is not only a delight, but splattered with color there.
Modoc County Courthouse – Peak (75-100%) GO NOW!
Lassen Volcanic National Park – Near Peak (50-75%) GO NOW!
See photos at Lassen Volcanic National Park

June Lake

photos from today before the storm arrives One Last Look

Hope Valley

Though higher areas of the Hope Valley are past peak, she sends these shots, taken today at Not Giving Up Hope
Hope Valley – Peak to Past Peak – YOU ALMOST MISSED IT!

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