Asheville Fall Color Report for November 5

Asheville Fall Color Report for November 5
Still Plenty of Fall Color in Asheville
If you're traveling this way, there is still plenty of fall color in Asheville and the surrounding area. Leaves have fallen at the highest elevations, opening up views that had previously been obscured. Meanwhile, nature continues to paint the trees in Asheville with her fall palette.

Biltmore's director of horticulture Parker Andes observes, "Sugar Maples, Sweet Gums and Sourwoods around Asheville are center stage, showing all the fall colors imaginable - yellow, orange and every shade of red."If you're traveling this way, there is still plenty of fall color in Asheville and the surrounding area. Leaves have fallen at the highest elevations, opening up views that had previously been obscured. Meanwhile, nature continues to paint the trees in Asheville with her fall palette.

Leaf color in the lower elevations near Asheville such as Hickory Nut Gorge and Chimney Rock Park are peaking now. See tall canyons and waterfalls from a unique perspective. While you’re here, find great photo opportunities for fall color at Biltmore, the NC Arboretum or Pack Square Park downtown.

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