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Colorado Fall Foliage: Where To See Best Colors? (PHOTOS, VOTE)

First Posted: 11/23/09 05:12 AM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 03:10 PM ET

With the changing of the seasons, it's time again to flock to the mountains for a glimpse of Colorado's famed fall foliage.

But the vibrant hues of red, orange and yellow will soon be gone as the temperature continues to drop. According to Colorado.com late September is the best time to see the leaves turning, but the color only lasts about a week in some places. Vote on the slideshow below to let us know which one is your favorite.

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Best Fall Foliage Photos
 

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1 / 5 Rocky Mountain National Park
One of the Front Range's favorite scenic byways, the Peak to Peak Highway takes drivers from Blackhawk to Estes Park with the stunning colors of Rocky Mountain National Park.

Image courtesy Colorado Tourism Office


— Best Fall Foliage Photos


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Filed by Ethan Axelrod  |