Sunday, October 09, 2005

NORTHERN byway is fall color Hotspot

A drive north of the Twin Cities in the Chippewa National Forest, located just west of Grand Rapids, Minn., has been named one of the U.S. Forest Service's Fall Foliage Hotspots. Visitors will see the leaves of aspen, birch and maple trees in rich colors of gold, amber and scarlet as they travel through the forest on the Edge of the Wilderness Scenic Byway (Hwy. 38) or the Avenue of Pines (Hwy. 46). Also, visitors can check the Forest Service's hot line (1-800-354-4595; for weekly updates of peak fall color changes in forests throughout the country through mid-November.
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