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PICS: Blue Ridge Parkway Releases Fall Color Report

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The Blue Ridge Parkway's latest fall color report says the fall foliage is looking its best at elevations between 3,500 and 4,000 feet. Experts suggest you head to the Craggy mountain range, north of Asheville. The Blue Ridge Parkway's latest fall color report says the fall foliage is looking its best at elevations between 3,500 and 4,000 feet. Experts suggest you head to the Craggy mountain range, north of Asheville.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. -

If you're hoping to check out some bright fall colors this week, you're in luck.

The Blue Ridge Parkway's latest fall color report says the fall foliage is looking its best at elevations between 3,500 and 4,000 feet. Experts suggest you head to the Craggy mountain range, north of Asheville. Fall colors are also starting south along the Parkway, just before Pisgah Mountain.

Most leaves in the Asheville area haven't peaked yet. However, the report says colder nights mean the colors should become more brilliant and widespread over the next ten days.

To read the full fall color report, click here.

And while you're out taking photos, be sure to send them to us at share@wspa.com

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