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What Exactly is Leaf Peeping?

September 29th, 2022

In the United States and Canada, leaf peeping is the informal term for the activity of viewing and photographing the fall foliage in areas where the leaves change color in autumn, particularly in northern New England, Appalachia, and the upper Midwest, as well as Ontario and Quebec. Colors typically peak in Colorado’s northern mountains during the month of September. The central mountains reach their highest point in the last week of the month. It’s the first week of October in our southern mountains.    Read More

Changing Leaves and Magical Views

October 15th, 2015

The complementing reds of our buildings and the reds of the changing leaves make the CU campus unlike any other in the world. The history in our Oak’s speak loudly during this time of year, as they drop their yellow, brown and red leaves across the sidewalks and grass, making it impossible to not take a picture as one walks by. Check out campus through the eyes of students –        Read More

Fall is Here, Get to the Parks Quick to See it!

September 22nd, 2014

There are few things better than taking a walk through shades of yellow, orange, and red, nestled in your favorite old sweater and hearing the crunch of freshly fallen leaves underfoot. Ahh, it is fall once again. Time for pumpkin spiced hot beverages, football games, and of course leaf-peeping. Fall officially begins tomorrow, Tuesday, September 23, on the Autumnal Equinox.  The days are getting shorter, and if you’re so lucky as to not spend part of your morning commute driving, biking, riding the bus, or walking in the dark, then you might be able to figure it out by looking at the... Read More