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    1. Fall Color Tour

      Watching fall color through the car window makes for a nice, slow-Sunday drive. But seeing the explosion of oranges, reds, and golds up-close? That’s an autumn treat worth making an entire trip for.

      Here, you can wander along the nation’s longest canopy walk (up to four stories high in the treetops), and see fall color that’s close enough to touch. You can board an autumn sail on the Appledore tall ships — for fresh cider, donuts, and uninterrupted views. Zipline through a sea of leaves, or let the beauty wash over you slowly — on iconic bridges over tree-lined waters, or trails that wind through forest groves.

      Add any of these stops to your leaf-peeping tour — because it’s nothing but deep crimsons, burnt oranges, and honey golds for miles here.

      Self-Guided Tours - Fall Color Map

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