Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 9, 2018

San Juan National Forest Fall Color 10/8/18

San Juan National Forest  reports on October 8, 2018

Estimated Percentage of Current Fall Foliage:

Durango to Purgatory – 95-past%
Missionary Ridge – 95-past%
Molas Pass/Coal Bank – 95-past%
Silverton/Red Mtn Pass – 95-past%
Pagosa – 95%
Dolores to Lizard Head Pass – 95-past%
Mancos/La Platas – 95-past%
Ouray to Telluride – 95-past%

Areas with Greatest Amount of Color / Recommended Viewing Areas:
Hurry before the weather finishes them off.

Estimated Peak Viewing Period:
Mostly the weather finished off the leaf colors, but there are still a few good pockets to find.

Viewing Suggestions / Tips:
Search for the groves that remain.

Trees That Are Currently Turning Color:
Oak Brush holding on.  Aspens good and almost done..

For More Information on Fall Colors Please Contact:
San Juan Public Lands Center, Durango (970) 247-4874

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