5 Fall Foliage Hikes Our Team Loves

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With the seasons changing, we asked the Kinfield team to share some of their favorite hikes to see fall foliage. Here are five of our favorites:

Kenosha Pass, Colorado, shot by @drewsarver

1. Kenosha Pass, Colorado

"You can see the Aspens in all of their glory around mid to late September. It's stunning!"

Photo by @drewsarver


Maroon Bells, Colorado, shot by @elliotmcgucken

2. Maroon Bells, Colorado

"This was one of my favorite hikes from a trip my sister and I did years ago. It's gorgeous all year round, but fall is when it really comes alive!"

Photo by @elliotmcgucken


Foliage in Acadia National Park, Maine, shot by @imagesofacadia

3. South Bubble Mountain, Acadia National Park, Maine

"Peak colors happen mid to late October, making this a perfect late-season trip."

Photo by @imagesofacadia


Eklutna Lakeside Trail, Alaska, shot by @patrick.obley

4. Eklutna Lakeside Trail, Alaska

"Colors start to change here as early as late August to early October."

Photo by @patrick.obley


Devils Lake State Park, Wisconsin, shot by @rachaelanthoney

5. Devils Lake State Park, Wisconsin

"Plan a visit mid to late September with peak color around mid-October!"

Photo by @rachaelanthoney


What are your favorite spots to take in the beauty of fall foliage? 

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