Buffalo September 15, 2018
The Awesome Hike That Will Take You To The Most Spectacular Fall Foliage In Buffalo
With warm days still making a consistent appearance in Buffalo, it might seem like fall is still worlds away – but don’t let this stunning season sneak up on you! From what we know right now, the Queen City’s foliage is expected to peak on October 8, 2018, which leaves us the next three weeks to enjoy Mother Nature’s vibrant beauty while it’s still here. A great excuse to head outdoors and explore outside of the cityscape, take a look at this awesome lakefront hike right in Buffalo that has a front row seat to our jaw-dropping fall colors.
A quick 15-minute drive outside of downtown Buffalo on Honorine Drive in the village of Depew, there's a gorgeous nature preserve that's perfect for viewing the fall foliage.
The Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve is a popular place for viewing wildlife, with animals hiding away in the water...
...and friendly faces like our white-tailed deer always roaming throughout the nature preserve.
Covering nearly 300 acres of land, the Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve a 2.8-mile loop within the park that's great for hikers of all ages and different skill levels.
And as you make your way through the colorful forest you'll find plenty of informative signage that will give you a greater insight into the scenery and history of New York.
Open every day of the year and free for you to visit, you'll find that the trails here at Reinstein Woods are quite easy to navigate.
And will have you hiking along quaint wooden boardwalks that take you around and through the preserve.
As much as we love submerging ourselves in the forest's foliage, we can't help but love hiking out to other areas of the preserve as well.
One of the best things about the interconnecting trails here is that for a great deal of the time, you'll find yourself hiking right along the waterfront of Flattail Lake.
With views like these, how could you not want to go for a hike through the woods this fall?
Open from sunrise until sunset, step outside the city and dive into Buffalo's fall foliage at the Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve.
If you've never paid a visit to the Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve, it might be good to keep in mind that guided tours through the woods are available here! The preserve has its own environmental education center, where you'll find friendly faces who are happy to guide you through the woods and tell you more about the preserve and wildlife that are here.
The preserve is located at 93 Honorine Dr., Depew, NY 14043. To find out more about the Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve,
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