Colder weather and shorter days can be depressing. One of the best ways to combat seasonal blues is to embrace the season. Have an Autumn day. So grab a hot beverage and a friend and here is a list of some of my most treasured Fall color tour locations.
Michigan's warm fall days are perfect for walking lonely lakeside beaches, searching for Petoskey stones and enjoying the colors.
Old Mission Peninsula
Grape harvesting season is the perfect time for wine tasting. You can see workers in the vineyards and spectacular fall colors everywhere you look.
The High Rollaway
Near Kingsley, the High rollaway is a little hard to find, but the view is worth the effort. My favorite time is sunset.
Michigan's iconic bridge is a great area for a fall drive and star gazing in the nearby park. The ferry to Mackinaw Island is just minutes away where you can spend the day biking around the island.
Empire Bluff Lookout
Just outside Empire village, Empire Bluff Lookout is one of the most photogenic locations in all of Northern Michigan. I was just there for an engagement photo shoot.
Pyramid point boasts world class views of Lake Michigan and colorful hikes through the surronding national forest and dune climbs.
Tunnel of Tress
M-119 North of Harbor Springs is a slow, winding scenic road where the tree canopy creates a brilliant tunnel of color in autumn.
Where are your favored color tour locations? I’m always on the hunt for a new choice place.