Fall In The Adirondacks
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Fall is one of our favorite times in Tupper Lake because of the beautiful scenery and all of the outdoor activities we have to enjoy it!
What to do
Fall in Tupper Lake is filled with outdoor activities that are enhanced by the changing colors and brisk weather. Walk the Wild Walk to gain a cool perspective above the tree line, paddle the Raquette River and take in the reflection of the leaves on the water, or hike a mountain and see the canvas of changing leaves below you.
Fall is one of the most scenic times to play 18 holes at The Tupper Lake Golf Club, nestled charmingly among the changing trees. Our eateries and shops only get better as fall approaches and the smells of pumpkin, cinnamon, and apple flow through them.
What is your favorite thing about fall? Come find out as you explore the season in the Adirondacks.
Top places to take in the views
Consider a hike to get the full experience of the changing leaves. The view of the colorful forests from the summit of a mountain is one of the best sights you can expect to see. Try the Tupper Lake Triad in the fall for a different perspective.
Every fall, check back weekly for updated foliage reports and to track when the best time to come visit is!
2018 Foliage Reports
Percent of trees predicted to have changed by the upcoming weekend: 100%
Brilliance: Dull. Good amounts of wind and rain have caused most leaves to fall to the ground.
Predominating colors: Some yellows, oranges, and browns.
Rating: Past peak.
Percent of trees predicted to have changed by the upcoming weekend: 90%
Brilliance: Very bright. Cold nights and good amounts of rain have caused the leaves to pop with very bright colors.
Predominating colors: Bright oranges, reds, yellows, deep reds, and purples.
Percent of trees predicted to have changed by the upcoming weekend: 60%
Brilliance: Very bright. Recent rain seems to have increased the brightness of the leaves. Maple trees have turned almost completely.
Predominating colors: Bright oranges and yellows with touches of deep reds. A little bit of green is left, but not much.
Rating: Near peak.
Percent of trees predicted to have changed by the upcoming weekend: 20%
Brilliance: Average. Maple trees are starting to change. Cold nights this week will provide bright colors for the weekend.
Predominating colors: Touches of reds, yellows, and oranges.
Percent of trees predicted to have changed by the upcoming weekend: 10%
Brilliance: Average. Cooler nights in the forecast will help the colors to pop.
Predominating colors: Mainly green with touches of yellow and orange.
Rating: Just beginning.
Percent of trees predicted to have changed by the upcoming weekend: 8%
Predominating colors: Predominantly still green, with touches of bright orange and yellow on some trees.
Rating: Just beginning.