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10 Amazing Hikes for Fall Colors in the East

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First it was the West, and now the time for fall foliage viewing has come to the East. The best way to see the yellow, orange and red tones for yourself is to put boots on the ground and go for a hike. To give you a head start, Curbed Ski mapped some of the most amazing hikes for fall colors in the East.

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Stratton Trail

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Stratton Mountain

Stark Mountain Trail

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Mad River Valley

Wildlands Trail

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Killington Resort

Healdville Trail

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Okemo Mountain Resort

Artists Bluff

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Franconia Ridge

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Belknap Mountain

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There are multiple ways to get to the top of Belknap Mountain, with most being about a mile hike. It's a modest peak at 2,382 feet, but as the most prominent feature in the area, it still affords sweeping views of the range, including nearby Gunstock Mountain.

Bald Mountain Trail

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Rangeley, Maine

Burnt Mountain Trail

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Stratton Brook Hut

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Maine Huts & Trails

Stratton Trail

Stratton Mountain

Stark Mountain Trail

Mad River Valley

Wildlands Trail

Killington Resort

Healdville Trail

Okemo Mountain Resort

Artists Bluff

SummitPost

Franconia Ridge

Robert Linsdell/Flickr

Belknap Mountain

There are multiple ways to get to the top of Belknap Mountain, with most being about a mile hike. It's a modest peak at 2,382 feet, but as the most prominent feature in the area, it still affords sweeping views of the range, including nearby Gunstock Mountain.

Bald Mountain Trail

Rangeley, Maine

Burnt Mountain Trail

pavdw/Flickr

Stratton Brook Hut

Maine Huts & Trails