Exclusive’s Top Destinations for Fall
It’s that amazing time of the year again, when the air gets crisper, the tree’s change their colors and everyone starts to sip on warm apple cider in their favorite sweaters. Pumpkins, apples, and fragrant cinnamon spices and can be found with every head turn. If you are seeking an autumn getaway look no further. Our Top 5 Destinations for Fall are guaranteed to provide you the coziest fall experiences!
5. Asheville, North Carolina
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Asheville is the quintessential mountain town. It is located west of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, which are known to be the highest mountains in eastern North America as well as for its bluish coloring. Located along these mountains provides you with undisrupted views of breath-taking sunrises and sunsets and the reddish – orange foliage. But don’t forget the cool mountain air! There are more than enough activities for all types of outdoor enthusiasts to have an unforgettable immersive experience. From hiking, scenic drives and tours, fishing, festivals, apple orchards, pumpkin fests, corn mazes, zip lines, hot air balloon trips and special romance packages, Asheville is nothing less than picturesque.
4. The Catskills, New York
Located in upstate New York, the Catskills is another captivating mountainous town that makes our list for the most beautiful fall getaways purely because of its untouched landscapes and magnificent waterfalls. What makes the Catskills different than other mountainside towns are its enchanting waterfalls; Vernooy Kill Falls, Kaaterskill Falls, Russell Brook Falls and Tompkins Falls. All varied in sizes but all able to be seen by a scenic drive or a hike. These waterfalls are only a small part of what make the Catskills worth visiting. Surrounded by nothing other than rivers, mountains and trees, the Catskills is the perfect place to nestle in your lodge and take in the autumn air.
3. Stowe, Vermont
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Awarded the “#1 Destination for Fall Foliage in the U.S”by TripAdvisor, Stowe is a staple during the leaf observation season. This countryside town is a widely recognized town for many reasons, for its scenery, fun activities, quaint and cozy lodges and driving distance from the birthplace of everyone’s favorite ice cream, Ben & Jerry’s. Fall is Stowe’s busiest time for visitors but don’t let that deter you, the town can accommodate everyone who wants to be a part of the magic, and visit all the unique and eclectic shops, galleries, live music venues, craft breweries, wineries, theatres, award-winning restaurants!
2. Issaquah, Washington
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Just 30 minutes from Seattle, Issaquah is home to probably the most unique bed & breakfast “TreeHouse Point.” What makes TreeHouse Point one of a kind is that it, as you can guess, all tree houses! With 9 different to choose from cozy one bedrooms to larger multi-bedrooms with kitchens and living spaces, split floors and bridges. All tree houses come standard with electric, but you will not find any tvs- all you have to watch is the forest and rivers around you. Nothing beats peeping the fall foliage than from a 15 feet view from a Red Oak.
1. Mont- Tremblant, Canada
Visitors from around the world congregate in the magnificent village of Mont- Tremblant, located on the highest peak of the Laurentians. Here you can enjoy the most colorful season of the year from a panoramic gondola ride, a 360 degree observation tower, zip lines as well as hiking and bike trails. This pedestrian village is ideal for any nature lover who wants to stroll through the cobble stone streets, get some fresh air while getting lost amongst the restaurants, bars and stores. The juxtaposition between the mountainous scenery and the luxurious resorts and lodges are definitely a site to see!
A private jet can be the perfect way to travel to and from any of these beautiful fall destinations! If you are interested in setting up your flight, contact us at Exclusive. Call 888.522.0883 or visit www.ecsjets.com