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There's no better time than September to pick your favorite Scenic Byway and watch the seasons change from Summer to Fall. Colorado's Fall colors usually peak from Mid-September through Late-October. As the nighttime temperatures start to drop down to 30 degrees, our native trees like the quaking aspen and plains cottonwood start the processes of turning their leaves gold, orange, red and purple.
Fun Fact: Quaking Aspen are usually found on the southern slopes of our mountains and the southern side of our valleys. The reason an entire mountainside or valley will change at the same time is because all the aspen roots are connected and therefore the same tree!
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