’98 Seconds with Naomi Lynn’ – Fall Foliage in Central New York
You don't have to travel very far to see spectacular views of the fall foliage. If you can't make it to the Adirondacks, you can still see the beautiful colors right here in Central New York.
You don't need to take time off work or spend the weekend up north to experience all the fall foliage (you're more than welcome to though, we're not against it). Just a quick drive throughout the area will give you some amazing and breath-taking vistas.
The photos in the video (above) were taken in Central New York - From the hills and valleys between Marcy and Schuyler. Take a drive down Smith Hill Road, Grace Road, or Shortlots Road to see some of these incredible views for yourself. Maybe head down Dutchtown Road or Bush Road.
But you don't want to wait too long to do so - It is fall and the leaves change pretty quickly. Soon the trees will be bare. If you don't get a chance to head over in time, you can always refer back to the video (at the top of this page).