Fall Foliage in the Adirondacks
Imagine splashes of yellow, orange and red against the backdrop of the Adirondack Mountains and Catskills. Now envision yourself in the middle of it all.
Peak color in most of the Adirondack Park occurs during the last week or two in September. The low lands to the north, south, east and west of the peaks generally have their best color during the first two weeks of October.
So, plan your fall foliage visit now and stay with us at Blue Mountain Rest. We’ve got excellent late summer/early fall rates and the view from your cabin is sure to take your breath away! Bring your camera along to capture memories of the fiery beauty of autumn in the Adirondacks to carry with you all year long.
Blue Mountain Rest, a Blue Mountain Lake rental property in the Adirondacks, is less than a tank of gas from NYC, Rochester, Syracuse, and Schenectady. A popular travel destination, Blue Mountain Rest offers guests clean and comfortable cabin rentals located in a dramatic wilderness featuring the majestic Adirondack Mountains, sparkling lakes and streams – all in an area abounding with recreational, historic and artistic attractions. And Lake George is also nearby with its many charming shops and fine restaurants.
Book your reservations early as cabins fill quickly. You’ll be happy you did…your stay at Blue Mountain Rest will leave you feeling inspired and rejuvenated. So, what are you waiting for!
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