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5 Spots to See Boise's Fall Colors Before It's Too Late

It's hard to believe that just a few weeks ago we were sweating in 90 degree heat now that we're finally experiencing some glorious Fall days. Unfortunately it might be short lived - the forecast isn't lookin great, folks. Rain and highs in the low 50s are in our near future. Before it really takes a turn and doesn't look back, get your family outside and check out Boise's Fall foliage before it's too late.

Kathryn Albertson Park

-Popular for bird watching and family photo sessions, Kathryn Albertson Park is always the #1 recommendation I get when it comes to experiencing Boise's fall foliage.

The top of Camel's Back

-It's worth the steep hike up to see the trees below showing off.

Harrison Boulevard

-Not only is this tree-lined street showing off it's beautiful colors, the houses are bursting with fun and spooky Halloween decorations. The combo can't be beat!

The Boise River Greenbelt

-With miles and miles of paved trail you'll be blown away at the mix of colors that you'll see as you walk or bike along the Greenbelt.

The Foothills

-There are many trails in the Foothills that give you a good bird's eye view of our "City of Trees!" Not only that but the golds and greens of the Foothills really show off this time of year!

Honestly, I think some of the most jaw-dropping Fall colors are in your own backyards! For instance the neighbor across the street from me has a tree that looks like it's on fire and I look forward to it every year. Okay, enough from me! Get out there and enjoy them!


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