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Fall Colors Videos

Finding the best Fall colors
Watch an introduction to Fall colors by U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell. Leaf viewing season is upon us and the USDA's Forest Service has information on where and when to see the best Fall colors.
Family time on the forest
Following one family as they walk through a national forest enjoying the fall colors, looking for bugs, laughing and just having fun.

Fall Colors Web Cams

Can’t wait to hit the road? Check out Fall colors from your computer! The photos below are your link to various scenic vistas around the country. Each day will bring the beauty of a national forest to your computer screen and give you a good idea of when colors are peaking in those areas.


The Upper Buffalo Wilderness Area on the Ozark-St. Francis National Forests encompasses roughly 11,000 acres in northwest Arkansas. The tree-covered wilderness includes oak, hickory and shortleaf pine.


Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness area in Idaho and Montana encompasses more than 1.34 million acres. Below the ridges are deep canyons covered with thick coniferous forest while old-growth cedar, fir and spruce are found in the lower valleys. This view is from the Stevensville, Mont., Ranger Station on the Bitterroot National Forest.

New Hampshire

A camera pointed toward Mount Washington, N.H., and other equipment are used by the Forest Service to measure air quality. A bonus is the ability to see the changing fall colors on the White Mountain National Forest.

North Carolina

The Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness Area located on the Cherokee National Forest is extremely steep and rugged, with a dense hardwood forest blanketing the slopes. More than 100 tree species can be found in the wilderness area, including tulip poplars that are more than 300 years old.

West Virginia

The 17,371-acre Dolly Sods Wilderness on the Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. The region is known for its extensive rocky plains, upland bogs and sweeping vistas. In the lower elevations, you'll find a forest of northern hardwoods and laurel thickets.

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