Andrea Romano
October 11, 2018

Worried about not being able to see the leaves change this fall? Don’t sweat it. We’ve got you covered.

Leaf peeping season on the Eastern Seaboard has been a bit slow this year, but it’s in technicolor in Snowbasin, Utah. According to Thrillist, videographer Justin McFarland used a drone to capture the bright pinks, greens, yellows, purples and reds on full display in the Ogden Valley only last week.

These amazingly vibrant colors mean the fall foliage has reached its peak (or near-peak) in Utah, so if anyone is looking to see the hues up close and personal, it’s best to take a trip now.

But if you can’t, you still have this incredible, bird’s-eye drone video that you can play on repeat.

If you're still hoping to catch some of the season's changing hues, there's still time to explore many places on the fall foliage map. Even better, catch a last minute train ride on some of the most scenic fall train rides in the country for an extra special adventure. 

You May Like