Eccentry Holidays Shares Best Destinations for a Scenic Fall Hike

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Eccentry Holidays provides advice about some of the best places to visit for travelers who love to hike.

Eccentry Holidays, a leading luxury vacation provider, knows that for any traveler, one of the best aspects of a vacation is the fun activities that family and friends get to participate in together. Another great aspect for many on vacation is getting the opportunity to interact with nature. As the sweltering summer comes to a close, many are wondering what some of the best areas to visit are to experience the gorgeous season changes. Taking a hike is one of the best ways to incorporate all these aspects into any vacation. Here are some of the best places to visit this fall for scenic hikes.

1. Colorado: Many travelers out there hope for the chance to see some of the colorful changes of the leaves during the fall season. Eccentry Holidays knows that Denver is one area that has a lot of beautiful trees that travelers can enjoy. Elk Falls Overlook, located at Staunton State Park, is an area that is truly an amazing sight to see during this time of year. This hike offers both great views and a beautiful waterfall. Also, Devil’s Head Firetower Hike takes travelers up Rampart Range that is dotted with huge Aspens right from the beginning of the trail.

2. Washington: Eccentry Holidays knows that this state’s diversity of flora and fauna found in the mountains makes for one of the most spectacular fall color displays around. From the dark red colors of the vine maples found on the western slopes, to the fiery orange color of the huckleberry shrubs, all the way to the cheerful golden colors of the alpine larches on the eastern slope, the hillsides seem to light up during the autumn. North Cascades (Maple Pass Loop, near Lake Ann) offers some of the best views, so make sure to bring a camera.

3. North Carolina: Last but not least, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the top places in the United States for seeing the fall foliage. The diversity of trees, along with a broad elevation range, creates a beautiful scene that hikers flock to from all over to enjoy. Eccentry Holidays advises visiting during early or mid-October, when the color reaches the peaks of nearly 4,500 feet in the Smokies.

Planning a fall vacation to any of these destinations will offer travelers plenty of scenic sights and adventure. For more information or to start planning a vacation today, please visit

For more information about Eccentry Holidays, visit, call 1-877-566-0327, or email info(at)eccentryholidays(dot)com.

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