The colors are disappearing fast at Zion National Park. Lack of rain here(rained once in last 2 months) has muted the colors.
Kolob Terrace is a high-elevation area in and around Zion National Park. Unfortunately, I got up there a bit late for peak fall colors but this wilderness spot is special nonetheless.
The fall colors invaded the main part of Zion National Park, at the 4,200 foot level.
A recent drive to Grand Canyon National Park’s North Rim revealed some sights not normally associated with The Grand Canyon. Like wildlife, Aspens and Autumn Colors.
Some more images of fall colors at a fire-ravaged forest i Northern Arizona.
I wasn’t quite expecting the brilliant colors I encountered at Kolob Reservoir yesterday. I really caught the aspens at peak, peak color!. Kolob Reservoir is about 35 miles from Zion National Park in Southern Utah and at an elevation of some 8,000 feet.