The last two weeks of September is typically the time to find the best fall leaves of the year in Utah. Leaves are still mostly green in the valleys, but in the mountains, the fall colors are at their peak. Here are some photos of the gorgeous fall colors we enjoyed on a fall camping trip near Eden, Utah last weekend.
We traveled through Ogden Canyon to find these spectacular views, but you can see this kind of color in most of Utah’s canyons right now. Pick a canyon, any canyon to get your fall foliage fix.
If you’d like some specific suggestions for finding a colorful fall drive, Utah.com has a list of 30 scenic drives throughout the state where you can find the best fall leaves. Some of these can be found in Utah’s National Parks which will celebrate Public Lands Day on September 29th with a fee-free day!
These colors won’t last long, so get out and enjoy them today!
Looking for a fun way to help the kids enjoy fall leaves? Check out these great activity suggestions at Fun Fall Foliage Trip Ideas for Families.