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Fall Foliage Report: September 28- October 4

apple-picking-2016-bellingersI LOVE NY started the “New York Fall Foliage Report (opens in a new tab) ” on September 14 and continue until the end of the foliage season, around the first or second week in November.  Montgomery County has started its own annual report this year as well.

Reporting station:  Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site (opens in a new tab) , Fort Hunter

Percent of trees predicted to have changed by the coming weekend:  30%

Brilliance: Dull

Predominating colors: Greenish-Yellow, Rusty Brown with touches of Orange

Rating: Just changing

View from the Taste NY store at Lock E13 Living History Park.

October is a good time to take a scenic ride through the Mohawk Valley.  Many of our agritourism (opens in a new tab) sites are open featuring local products.  Have lunch or dinner at one of our many restaurants (opens in a new tab) .  Enjoy fall harvest events (opens in a new tab) or take in an art exhibit.  There is so much to do in Montgomery County!

The new Taste NY Store at Lock E13 Living History Park (opens in a new tab) is open daily.  Purchase local and regional products; take in the fall foliage and the Mohawk River views.  If you are lucky you’ll see a boat locking through.  Located in the New York State Thruway at milepost 187 westbound between exits 28 (Fultonville) and 29 (Canajoharie), you find a unique experience waiting for you.

Call for a free Harvest Tour Map!