After this month’s Front Range flooding, mud-brown might seem like the only fall color. But not even Mother Nature can dim the vibrant hues popping up in the mountains this month. It’s leaf-peeping season, and with a little help from Visit Denver, we’ve got some top spots for viewing throughout the fall by month and elevation—all within about two hours of the city. Just hover over the image to find out where to go and when.
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