Fall is here
When summer transitions to winter in the Whiteface Region it’s a sight to be seen. Take a deep breath of the crisp air and enjoy the vibrant views. The fall season starts early in the mountains and typically peaks during the last two weeks of September.
Here are some popular ways to leaf peep in the Whiteface Region:
Partake in our many outdoor activities.
Paddling, hiking, or road cycling and mountain biking, offer plenty of ways to get close to the colors of the Adirondacks.
Enjoy the vibrant days and foliage views as you drive through our twisting byways and snap memories at our outstanding rest areas. Try touring one of these scenic routes to experience fall's breathtaking beauty in the Whiteface Region!
Ever wondered about the science behind how the leaves change color? Find out here.
2022 Fall Foliage Reports
Week of 10/24/22:
Percentage changed by weekend: 100%
Brilliance: Dull to none.
Colors: Nearly all leaves are gone. Occasional browns and dull oranges remain.
Rating: Past Peak