10 hiking spots to see fall foliage around DC

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Take a scenic drive to check out these hiking spots around Washington, DC. These trails should be full of autumn colors by mid-October. Make sure to take in the spectacular views and enjoy your fall hike!

Old Rag Shenandoah National Park- 90 miles west of Washington, DC. Photo Credit: Flickr, Shenandoah National Park

Cunningham Falls State Park – 60 miles northwest of Washington, DC. Photo credit: Maryland Department of Natural Resources.

Sugarloaf Mountain – 30 miles outside Washington, DC. Photo Credit: GettyImages, Matthew T. Carroll

Loudoun Heights – 68 miles from Washington, DC. Photo Credit: Flickr, HarpersFerryNPS

Autumn foliage during peak fall season in Vermont
South Valley Trail – 40 miles outside Washington DC. Photo Credit: GettyImages, Adria Photography

Point Lookout State Park – 90 miles from Washington, DC. Photo Credit: Public Domain Files, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

A feast of colours brought to us by the autumnal season. Urban Nature in its very best as displayed in Riverdale Park of Toronto.
Huntley Meadows Park – 10 miles outside Washington, DC. Photo Credit: GettyImages, Katrin Ray Shumakov

Autumn scenic landscape collection at Catoctin Mountain Park in Thurmont, Maryland USA
Catoctin Mountain Park – 70 miles from Washington, DC. Photo Credit: GettyImages, Lisa Holte

Greenbrier State Park – 60 miles from Washington, DC.  Photo Credit: GettyImages, Kip Stahl

Autumn stroll.
Bull Run Regional Park – 25 miles from Washington, DC. Photo Credit: GettyImages, wweagle

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Autumn foliage during peak fall season in Vermont
A feast of colours brought to us by the autumnal season. Urban Nature in its very best as displayed in Riverdale Park of Toronto.
Autumn scenic landscape collection at Catoctin Mountain Park in Thurmont, Maryland USA
Autumn stroll.

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