Color me sad: Minnesota’s leaf-peeping season is basically over
If you’re still in the mood for fall colors, well, that ship has sailed. Or, at least, it’s sailing away fast.
We’re no math experts, but we’d say about 99 percent of Minnesota is now past peak for leaf-peeping, according to our study of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ fall color map.
If you want to find the tiny sliver of the state that’s still putting on a good show, head southeast. Specifically, head to John A. Latsch State Park.
There, you’ll want to hike to the overlook to what’s left of the red, orange and yellow along the Mississippi River and surrounding bluffs.
And for those of you who miss the fall color season already, here’s a look back at the show we got this year.
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