Fall colors hiking
Fall colors time usually starts in the early September, day after day, as the nights getting colder. This phenomenon is caused by the loss of light and dropping the temperature. Plants are preparing themselves for a long winter, chlorophyll spreads from leaves to branches, branches to a trunk. From trunk, chlorophyll moves to roots and that is the reason why leaves are full of colors. The harder the night frost gets and the drier the air comes, the brighter the colors are. Birches turn to light yellow, aspen turns red. The leaves of mountain bearberry, blueberry, and northern bilberry become vermilion.
Fall colors time does not scare only humans but also animals are affected. Birds of the forest are fleeing into the coniferous forests, and the fish are seeking for deeper waters. The best time to go for a Fall colors trip is in September. If you want to move in nature, you do not need anything else than healthy fee and clothing according to weather.