It’s official! We’ve reached peak for leaf peeping in the Lake George region. According to the volunteers who supply information for the I Love NY Fall Foliage map, we hit peak this weak. Mid-October is a pretty safe bet for visiting the area if you’re looking for the best fall colors.
Areas north if Lake George, such as North Creek, Hague and Thurman, might be a little bit past peak. You can still catch plenty of vibrant yellows, oranges and reds, on the trees, though.
Meanwhile the southern part of Warren County including Lake George is estimated at peak. There are a lot of trees just south in Glens Falls that still have green leaves so it might be just nearing peak there.
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