Falling Into November

Happy November! Fall is peaking through lower elevations and moving past peak in some higher elevation areas. With a few weeks left to get out and see the last of the fall color all over Oregon, make sure you’re following #ORFallFoliage on Instagram to see the best Oregon has to offer.

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Fall Colors near Mount Hood last week from Jarrod Lyman

If you’re in Portland head to the Hoyt Arboretum or the Japanese Garden for fall trees and check out the Festival de dia de Muertos. On November 3rd, check out the Cider Fest in Independence, just outside Salem. OR, head on over to Eugene and check out the colors along the Willamette River and Alton Baker Park.

If you want something a little different head to Cottage Grove and mix some covered bridges with your fall foliage. In Medford they are seeing many shades of red, orange, and yellow from the leaves falling to the ground, just in time for the 14th Annual Brews and Boogie.

No matter where you find yourself in this beautiful state, you can still experience fall.

Watch out next week for our top photos of Fall recap post! For fall foliage updates on our hotline, call 800-547-5445 and follow our Instagram for any additional updates at @orfallfoliage. Don’t forget to tag us in any of your lingering Oregon fall foliage photos!

A huge thanks to all the leaf reporters for a great fall foliage season and keep following along on Instagram as we recap the season and gear up for next fall!


2 thoughts on “Falling Into November

  1. Hi Mary! Yes we will! As soon as we start to get updated photos coming our way from partners we will share them. Find those by following along on our Instagram page for throwbacks and updates!

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