I Love New York fall foliage report says 15-20% color change in North Country
Fall foliage season is here, and the season’s third I Love New York fall foliage report says there is about a 15-20% change in the North Country.
The report, online at www.iloveny.com/seasons/fall/foliage-report/, charts color foliage conditions across the state, and is updated every Wednesday through the end of autumn.In the Adirondacks portion of St. Lawrence County, look for 15-20% change with touches of red and orange leaves of average brilliance.
I Love New York is introducing a “Foliage Photog of the Week” social media campaign that will select and promote one photograph each week through November that is tagged using #NYLovesFall to promote autumn tourism in New York.
The fall foliage season is one of the state’s most popular travel seasons and means big business for New York. In 2013 alone, it is estimated that travel spending in New York State from September through November had a $15.67 billion total economic impact, with $25.28 billion in direct spending.
The fall foliage report includes a detailed map, vantage points for viewing spectacular foliage, suggested autumn getaways and weekly event listings.