Charleston, WV (Oct. 3, 2018) – There is still plenty of time to see peak fall foliage in West Virginia, as most areas of the state are just beginning to turn. Color in Canaan Valley is nearing peak and higher elevations in Greenbrier County are starting to show signs of early color.
The West Virginia Tourism Office, in partnership with the West Virginia Division of Forestry, today announces the season’s second fall foliage report and featured Country Road Trip.
Together, these agencies are continuing the longstanding partnership of bringing residents and visitors weekly fall color updates. This year’s reports will be directly tied to a featured route in West Virginia, outlining a scenic drive that covers peak foliage, accommodations, activities, and must see stops and overlooks along the way.
Fall Foliage Update
Fall color continues to turn in the Canaan Valley region. Last week’s report indicated this area was nearing peak, but thanks to warmer…