When you think of fall, the first thing that comes to mind is the beautiful combinations of colors in the soon to be falling leaves. Each leaf a different shade of orange, red and yellow can be found in the Adirondacks. The peak of the fall season is late September & early October when those vibrate colors are covering every mountain and valley through the entire Adirondack Park.
Thursday, October 11th, 2018 Report:
Percent Changed: 90%
Report: Definitely beautiful, lots of colors, many leaves have fallen, but still, a lot left to fall. Warm temps may have stalled color change a bit expanding peak time, but it won’t last long!
Aerial Photos by T. Brosemer. & Others by B. Thompson
Friday, October 5th, 2018 Report:
Percent Changed: 65% Report: 65% color change and near-peak conditions are predicted for the weekend!
Look at this view taken Wednesday, October 3, 2018 – This is why we love the Adirondacks and Fall!
Photo by T. Brosemer.
Friday, September 28th, 2018 Report:
Percent Changed: 35%
Report: 35% color change is predicted for the weekend, with burgundy, red, and orange leaves of average brilliance emerging.
Friday, September 21st, 2018 Report:
Percent Changed: 25%
Report: Fall foliage changes are starting! The leaves around Old Forge are changing with reds and purple with some orange and yellows emerging. We anticipate leaves to be at 25%. Old Forge is on their way to a beautiful fall season.
Photo Credit: Water Safari Resort
Check back for more updates as the colors change.
If you are planning a trip this fall, now is the time to make reservations! Check out our Lodging page to see all of the beautiful places to stay in Old Forge & the surrounding areas. Old Forge, NY is right in the heart of the Adirondack Park, making it the perfect place to take in the beauty of Autumn and the clean crisp air. Here are some great spots for you to take in all of the beauty in Old Forge.
McCauley Mountain Chairlift
Take a scenic chairlift ride at McCauley Mountain and see all of the mountains around the Fulton Chain of Lakes.
The classic hike of Old Forge, if you haven’t done this in the fall you haven’t seen beauty!
A brisk & easy hike to the summit giving you a view of the Fulton Chain of Lakes and all the beautiful foliage surrounding.
Moose River Plains
North of Old Forge, in Inlet, NY, view the plains surrounding the Moose River. A different view of leaf peeping from the ground level.