When the fall season begins not only does the weather change, but so does the natural scenery. Autumns in Utah, specifically Southern Utah, have some of the most breathtaking views. The orange and red leaves, the waterfalls, and the crisp and chilly fall air all add to the enjoyment of the season. A few of the best places to see fall foliage are Zion National Park, Kolob Canyon, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Pine Valley Mountain. As Northern Utah gets colder and windier at this time of year, Southern Utah weather stays in the mid 60 degrees, so it is the perfect time to go for a hike and see some stunning fall scenery.
Zion National Park
The famous Zion National Park is a beautiful sight all year round, but it’s especially…
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