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Top 10 destinations to make a Fall road trip and enjoy nature

Grab your car and go on a road trip to admire autumn colors in National Parks.

If you love fall colors, then this is the perfect time to get some air, see the wonderful foliage, we take long and relaxing walks in some of the most amazing national parks. 

That is why we selected 10 wonderful destinations to travel to with your family o friends this autumn and enjoy the best of the season.

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1. Monument Valley, Arizona

There is no way to describe the magnitude of this Navajo Nation tribal park. It's a five-hour drive from Phoenix or six and a half from Las Vegas or Salt Lake City.

This place has unforgettable sunsets and nights full of stars, so if you have the opportunity to go, you cannot leave it off your list to visit before the end of the year.

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2. Moab, Utah

Its cinematic landscape has made it one of Hollywood's favorite places to shoot scenes from famous films. Moab has several national parks and incredible views that you cannot miss.

You can’t miss the Delicate Arch in the afternoon and watch the sun go down as the sky turns bright red; go see ancient petroglyphs of the Ute tribe; hack the trails in Canyonlands or take a kayak through the waters of the Colorado River.

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3. Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina

One of the most beautiful destinations to visit in the fall. It has over 200 lookouts along the Blue Ridge Parkway, so it's guaranteed this is the best road trip in America.

This parkway has 469 miles and goes from Shenandoah National Park in Virginia to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina.

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Among the most prominent viewpoints are Grandfather Mountain State Park, Linville Gorge Wilderness, and Linn Cove Viaduct where we can appreciate the majestic mountains, green valleys, and trails that take you to the waterfalls of the Blue Ridge Parkway.

4. Napa Valley, California

The Napa Valley offers us great vineyards, among which are Silver Oak, Opus One, Ovid, and Robert Mondavi; in addition to being able to enjoy outdoor recreational activities such as hiking and mountain biking.

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If you are a lover of nature and wine, the Napa Valley cannot be missing on your list of places to go and even less this season, when everything is painted gold.

5. North Adams, Massachusetts

There’s no better road trip to look at fall colors than the Mohawk Trail, which ends in North Adams.

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North Adams has a lot to offer us, to start with is the largest contemporary art museum in the country, MoCa, and a huge number of bookstores, cafes, and galleries. Visit the smallest city in the state and marvel at all that this season has to offer.

6. Eastern Sierras, California

The Sierra Oriental mountain range goes from the state of Nevada to Lone Pine, this wonderful tour introduces us to famous sites such as Mono Lake, Mammoth Lakes, Mount Whitney, and Yosemite.

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Definitely, the Eastern Sierras is one of the best places to visit California in the fall because this season the mountains come to life with an orange and yellow color.

7. Yosemite National Park, California

As the summer crowds drop, visiting one of the most famous parks in American becomes such a pleasant experience, mainly because there are fewer visitors.  

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This means that you can enjoy hiking trails even more in mild weather and find parking spaces without any hassle.

8. New York

New York City is one of the best fall destinations; you can walk through Central Park while appreciating the vibrant fall foliage and then go pumpkin picking at the Queens Fall Festival.

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In New York, there are several activities that make this place perfect for the time, such as the famous Comic-Con, where you can dress up as your favorite superhero, or the annual Thanksgiving Parade.

9. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

In the fall, meadow females roam the park in search of a winter lair and males go out to look for food; elks are in heat and bison sightings are common.

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Fall is probably the best season for romance in Yellowstone with its spectral sunsets; the nightly exhibits of the Milky Way and the availability there are.

10. Savannah, Georgia

And of course, Savannah cannot be left out, especially if you like paranormal stuff because it is considered one of the most "haunted cities" in the United States.

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Beneath the beauty and historical significance of the city are a number of stories, myths, and legends that give it a ghostly factor.

Traveling in autumn has many advantages, don't waste your time this season; Dare to travel with your family or friends to one of these places that promise to fill your heart with memories and unforgettable times.

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