Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 22, 2017

California Fall Color – updated 11/22/17

California Fall Color reports

Ventana Wilderness – Pine Valley and the Ventana Wilderness in Monterey County this past Sunday to find that most of the ponderosa pines, several of the larger landmark black oaks and cottonwoods there survived the Soberanes Fire. The latter are carrying bright orange and golden color.
Tassajara Road, a dirt road that leads to the trailhead at China Camp, also full of beautiful orange black oaks.
the Ventana Wilderness at Peak and advises that the area is prime for fall color hikes over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, making Pine Valley in the Ventana Wilderness Hike of the Week.
Ventana Wilderness, Monterey County – Peak (75-100%) GO NOW!
See photos at BEAUTY RETURNS TO THE VENTANA WILDERNESS

Berkeley = California Fall Color also has a photo I took from this past weekend’s Berkeley Half-Marathon

Berkeley Half-Marathon on Gilman Street

Berkeley/Bay Area – Peak (75-100%) GO NOW!  Many of Berkeley Street trees are at peak. Especially colorful are Chinese Pistache Tree, Liquidamber and Persimmon Trees. See my post from two days ago Fall Color in Berkeley and California Fall Color’s post GIVE THANKS, THE BAY AREA IS PEAKING

 

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