October

Fall Foliage Report | November 2, 2017

Location: Raecher Hill State Forest, Great Valley

 

Most of the leaves in Cattaraugus County have fallen, making views like this harder to find, but worth looking for!

 

Here's this week's foliage report:

Approximately 95% of the areas leaves will have changed by this weekend.

Fall Foliage Report | October 26, 2017

Location: Holiday Valley Ski Area, Tannenbaum Express Quad "The prettiest lift at Holiday Valley that travels up through the spruce forest" (HolidayValley.com). 


Fall Foliage Report | October 19, 2017

Despite never having reached "peak," it seems that we're already past it. After a lot of rain and wind last week, there are a lot of leaves on the ground. Most of the trees that have held their leaves are still green, so there is more color to come--just not a lot of it.

Approximately 60% of the areas leaves will have changed by this weekend.

Fall Foliage Report | October 12, 2017

We are finally seeing some color on those hills, with approximately 40% changed by this weekend. Although, with the heavy rain we've had (and may continue to have this weekend) many leaves have already fallen.

The Enchanted Mountains are a beautiful mix of orange, gold, rust, crimson and green.

Fall Foliage Report | October 5, 2017

Our leaves are still just beginning to turn, with approximately 25% changed by this weekend.  The Enchanted Mountains are still predominatly green, with subtle accents of gold, rust and crimson. Although a beautiful stage of the Autumn transition, the "brilliance" is still considered average

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The Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County is Home to 3 outcroppings of rocks, with the largest outcropping of Quartz Conglomerate Rocks at Rock City Park being the largest in the world; Little Rock City State Park and Thunder Rocks at Allegany State Park

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