It’s that time of year again! Colorado’s fall colors are nearing their peak and there are some great spots for a front row seat to the vibrant colors! Kebler Pass, just outside of Crested Butte is home to one of the world’s largest aspen groves. It also happens to be the one of the largest living organisms on Earth; definitely worth checking out. From there, take a drive over Ohio pass. Be sure to look for the “Castles” rock formation peeking out of the spectacular fall colors. Ohio Pass will bring you out onto Highway 135 just north of Gunnison. Another great drive for taking in the fall colors is Cottonwood Pass and the Taylor Canyon.

If you need more leaf peeping in your life, there are nine other places on this list of 10 Best Places To See Colorado’s Stunning Fall Colors. You may get better views if you steer clear of passes high above 11,000 feet elevation, as you will find yourself high above the trees. Beware of stopping vehicles and pedestrians with cameras…have fun out there!
If you’re interested in the world’s largest living organism, it’s a honey fungus in Oregon.

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