Take a Virtual Fall Foliage Tour With These Nature Webcams
October is peak foliage season in many parts of the U.S., and you don't have to travel to the woods to enjoy it. Some of the country's prime leaf-peeping spots will be available to stream live to your computer throughout autumn. To track the changing leaves in New Hampshire, Colorado, Vermont, and other famous foliage states, tune in to the live webcams below.
1. Pocono Mountains Live Cameras
The Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania offer stunning views year-round, and the sights are especially impressive during fall. You can head to PoconoMountains.com to stream live views of several popular spots around the region as the leaves start to change. Lake Wallenpaupack, the town of Jim Thorpe, and Bushkill Falls are just a few of the attractions with their own 24-hour webcams.
2. Blue Ridge Country Webcams
The Blue Ridge Mountains extend from Maryland down to Georgia. At BlueRidgeCountry.com, you'll find links to live web cameras of the mountains streaming from six states. Fall foliage peaks at different times in different parts of the country, which means cameras in northern states may show trees past their peak while the leaves down south are still green.
3. Vermont Views from Middlebury College
If you wish you could spend fall surrounded by books and colorful leaves, the webcams at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont, are for you. One of them is stationed at the school's Davis Family Library. Check it throughout the coming weeks and you'll see why Vermont is famous for its foliage.
4. Weirs Channel Cam
New Hampshire is another New England state that attracts leaf-peepers each year. On Lake Winnipesaukee's website, you can stream a live view of the foliage on the mountains surrounding Weirs Channel.
5. Rocky Mountain Webcams
Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado is home to aspen trees that turn brilliant gold upon the arrival of fall. The national park is home to dozens of webcams that stream the property's most popular sights year-round.