Burgh’s Best Places To See Fall Colors

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Even though we may hate what follows autumn, there is no denying that this is one of the most beautiful times of the year. The colors are exploding everywhere.

But when I posed the question, “where is the BEST place to see the fall colors,” you gave us some pretty good spots around Pittsburgh that could claim BEST fall color bragging rights.

From Trax Farms in Finleyville to Main Street in Ligonier to Duquesne University’s campus to Cabin Hills Drive in Greensburg to Route 130 overlooking Mingo Creek, the suggests were all compelling especially those that included an invitation of hot chocolate or Miller Lite on ice.

Personally we always thought the drive up 79 North to Route 208 to visit Volant was a beautiful fall drive. And of course a trip to Seven Springs is can’t miss.

Where is your favorite location to catch the fall colors? Listen to callers suggestions below.






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