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Fall color in Grand Teton National Park

A fall leaf peeping trip usually means a drive somewhere along the U.S. East Coast to see a brilliant landscape colored red, purple and gold. But don’t forget the mountains of the West when making your boomer road trip plans. On a fall visit to Grand Teton National Park, Alan and I discovered a vibrant fall scene. The colorful leaves of cottonwood and aspen trees stood out against the background of gray granite peaks that were already streaked with a bit of snow. Are you planning a fall adventure? Check out Donna’s article at the REAL powered by Humana site, for tips on a fall visit in our national parks.

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