Fall is just around the corner, and we have been busy planning hikes in some of our favorite National Parks to enjoy the Autumn colors. Aside from the beautiful foliage, Fall means fewer crowds, and cooler temperatures perfect for hiking. We wish we could visit every park but Fall is short, so we’ve put 10 National Parks on our Fall hiking bucket list. Check out our picks below and start planning your Fall adventures in our National Parks.
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, MONTANA
You may have heard that you should visit Glacier National Park before the glaciers disappear completely, so we are putting this park on the top of our fall hiking bucket list. The colors are usually at their peak from the middle of September through early October.
MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK, WASHINGTON
CloudLine is based in Seattle so we see Mount Rainier in the distance every day. Rainier’s snowcapped peak is constantly calling to us and we hike there whenever we get a chance. Fall colors are usually in full swing by late September but at higher elevations can be seen as early as August.