Best of Office Weekly Roundup: Best Foliage Destinations
Autumn will soon be upon us. Now that summer is drawing to a close, it’s time to start putting away those summer clothes, get out of the pool, and watch those lovely fall colors begin to settle in. For this week’s roundup, we’re going to list off some of the best places around the world to see the seasons change and get the best pictures that will be the envy of all your Instagram followers. Get inspired with these gorgeous foliage destinations.
While the city of New York may not have an overabundance of natural wilderness, the parks throughout the city do have plenty of trees that turn a delightful gold and orange, making for some very scenic walks in your borough of choice (with the obvious standard being Central Park).
The official Canadian flag prominently features a red maple leaf, so Canada would know about colorful leaves, right? Well, if you want to see autumn foliage at its best in Canada, head to Mont Tremblant, a ski town two hours outside of Montréal. We love how the roofs of some of the buildings here compliment the surrounding beauty of nature.
Vermont has more greenery than people, so you know when autumn comes around, this state is one of the best places to see it all as it happens. The best vantage points are the Lake Champlain islands, Burlington and the surrounding area, and the green mountains (or, should we say, the gold-and-red mountains?)
In Westonbirt, Gloucestershire, there are many different types of trees, so you get to see how autumn speaks to each tree differently. The Japanese maple trees are particularly beautiful during this time of the year, and it speaks volumes of the beauty of fall in the UK.
While it’s nice to appreciate the beauty of the seasons changing all around you, those leaves gotta fall somewhere and may eventually become too much on the ground. When you’re ready to rake those leaves, we got you covered with our choices of rakes.
Patagonia in South America is a massive area filled with trees that are exploding with fall goodness! Make sure to bring a map (or a GPS device if you’re a modern person) and take in the delightful sights all around you.
In Ireland, like many other places around the world, harvest festivals are held here to give thanks for the bounty of the season. Waterford, Ireland holds an annual festival each September that would make any foodie you know weak in the knees, so check it out if you’ll be in the area soon.
Daisetsuzan National Park is the first and (arguably) best place to know fall is here if you happen to find yourself in Japan. Hiking in the area during mid to late September will remind you of why our planet is so beautiful and amazing and why you should help do your part to keep it that way.
Regardless of where you experience the fall season, we hope you can appreciate all the beauty of change around you, because it won’t last forever.