Hudson Valley Approaches Peak Foliage
Are you ready for the end of leaf-peeping season?
Thanks to the rain and wind the Hudson Valley was hit with earlier this week, a lot of the fall foliage that we were drooling over is gone.
However, there are still some great leaf-peeping leaves left to peep.
According to the DEC and ILoveNY.com, the Hudson Valley is somewhere in between mid-point and near-peak. Judging from the map that they have provided, it looks like Dutchess County is hanging out at the mid-point level, while Ulster, Orange and Sullivan are nearing peak foliage.
Have you gone on a hike or leaf-peeping adventure? Let's see those yellow, orange and red leaves. Drop your picture in the comment section on Facebook or text us through our app!
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