Peak Leaf Season in Banner Elk North Carolina
It’s October in the High Country. This means falling temperatures, predictions of the first snow, and above all, a depth of colors spanning the Appalachian Mountains. The colors range from brown and gold to bright hues of burgundy and red. October is the perfect time to head to Sugar Mountain to catch the changing leaves. Peak leaf season is almost upon us. The leaves have begun their initial changes, as the maples are always the first to change, but we are quickly approaching mid-October, so expect a color explosion.
If you’re planning a weekend to look at the leaves, now is the time to do it. The Highlands at Sugar Mountain offer the perfect place to settle in for a weekend and watch the magnificence that is autumn in the High Country.
If you are wondering where to go in North Carolina to see fall leaves, the Highlands at Banner Elk is it. North Carolina fall leaf colors are one in a million. Make your travel arrangements to catch peak leaf season now.
Keep a keen eye on our webcam for changing seasons to come and visit us soon!
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