Travel Tidbit: Fall Foliage In Alaska

Alaska’s spectacular Fall Foliage is world renown and is the most popular with leaf peepers.

If a year was tucked inside of a clock, then autumn would be the magic hour.

But don’t visit too late because the change and peak only lasts about 10 days in September.

Unlike in other areas of the world where Fall Foliage is in October and lasts sometimes 3 or more weeks.

Another perk about experiencing Fall Foliage in Alaska is that many of the mountain peaks are already snow-covered, so the fall colors tend to stand out even more against natures own white canvas.