Fall has arrived, and with it the 2014 edition of the ColorFall program touting peak foliage viewing areas and autumn events around Kentucky.
ColorFall is designed to aid public enjoyment coverage of autumn in the Bluegrass State. Co-ordinated by the Kentucky Department of Travel and Tourism and the Kentucky Department of Parks, ColorFall is now in its 29th year.
ColorFall features a web site (http://www.kentuckytourism.com/seasons) that provides information about the state’s beauty at this time of year, including reports on stages of leaf changes from naturalists at parks throughout the state. Besides tips on timing trips to parks, forests and arboretums for peak leaf-viewing, ColorFall web site visitors will also find listings of special fall events and an Instagram hashtag for uploading digital photos of their own fall travels.
The program, including the web site, runs through Nov. 9.