9 Local Spots for Spectacular Fall Foliage
What says fall? Pumpkin spice lattes hitting the coffee shops. Finally packing away the sundresses and flip-flops for the year. Starting to think about pumpkin patches, apple picking and Halloween costumes. And fall foliage – that beautiful rainbow of leaves you can crunch through and jump in. But in a city where the streets are lined with palm trees, it can get a little tricky convincing your California kids that there even is such a thing as fall colors. Here are some tips to finding those beautiful gold and red leaves without hopping a plane to Vermont.
The Santa Monica Mountains provide some of the best opportunities for local leaf peeping. Solstice Canyon is a great spot to see some fall color, enjoy a picnic, and take a nice easy hike. Populated with local deciduous trees, you’ll be sure to spot some falling yellow and red leaves through the beginning of December.
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Where do you take the family when you are trying to feel the fall spirit?
–Kate Woodruff Felton
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