If you’re looking to escape into a world of red, orange and gold, these not-too-far getaways feature fall at its finest.
Pronghorn Resort is located on 640 acres in the world’s second largest juniper forest, just a short distance from Mt. Bachelor. Changing leaves abound while weather is mild and cool.
If You Go: Book a stay at newly opened Huntington Lodge at Pronghorn Resort. The boutique property features views of the Cascade Mountain range and access to endless outdoor activities like bonfires, wine tasting, biking, hiking, helicopter tours and more.
Cle Elum, Washington
Just 80 miles from Seattle, Suncadia Resort is located at the base of the Cascade Mountains. With 6,000 acres of forested mountain landscape, this destination is great year-round, but even better in the fall with temperatures hovering in the 50s and 60s.
If You Go: Visit the annual Harvest Fest for the ultimate fall experience. Taking place two weekends in October, the all-day event includes a hay maze/pyramid, pumpkin patch, petting zoo, pumpkin archery, food trucks, tastings and live entertainment.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Fall is a great time to visit Jackson Hole as the busyness of summer travelers have subsided but wildlife is still active and national parks are still open. Not to mention, the dry weather and vibrant fall colors make it a magical and romantic time of year.
If You Go: Book a stay at Snake River Sporting Club, a private club with luxury overnight lodging offered in two cabin designs. The club is conveniently located among Jackson Hole’s outdoor fun.
Find it all in the Sierras of North Lake Tahoe, from mountains, forests and lakes to waterfalls, trails and rock-bound peaks. Lower elevations mean a longer-lasting palette of golden hues. For the best autumn colors visit the Lakes Basin Recreation Area.
If You Go: Nakoma Resort combines the best of luxury with a mountain lifestyle. Notable features include the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed clubhouse, a spa, renowned Dragon Golf Course and more.