The Best Times And Places To View Fall Foliage In New Mexico

Believe it or not, fall is on its way to the Land of Enchantment. Even as we’re enjoying the last gasps of summer, we are excited about the arrival of this season of color. When our leaves start turning into their spectacular reds, oranges and golds, it’s magical. There’s no doubt about it — New Mexico fall foliage is spectacular. Wondering when to see fall colors in New Mexico? Thanks to the experts over at Smoky Mountains, there’s a way to predict when and where maximum leaf viewing will occur. Let’s take a peek:

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You can take a glimpse at the interactive map here.

What do you think is the best place to see fall colors in New Mexico? What autumn festivity are you looking forward to the most? We’d love to hear from you!