Fall means the leaves are starting to trickle down and the fall cycle of rich, rustic colors will begin! Pack up the fishing poles, hiking boots, and hunting gear and head to the Northwoods to enjoy the water and wildlife. Relax on the scenic route amongst the bright gold, copper, and maroon colored leaves of northern Wisconsin. Check out these stunning views from last year and get out there to enjoy this years!
This stunning view of Wisconsin's fall color was spotted in October 2012 from the Mountain Fire Lookout Tower near Riverview. Take a trip to the Northwoods and catch this view while you can! Photo: Sean Heyrman
This view of the beautiful Gile Flowage south of Hurley was taken from Highway 51, the perfect drive for visitors looking to travel alongside this season's most sensational views. Photo: Bill Pohlmann
Gather up your camping gear and throw on those hiking boots for a breathtaking trip to Twin Bridge Campground this fall. This picture taken in 2010 by early rising campers captures the relaxing, beautiful, and peaceful serenity of fall in the Northwoods. Photo: Annette Salm
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The fog settles and then dissipates into the cool morning air as the sun rises on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage in Springstead. Take in the revitalizing air as you catch a Wisconsin sunrise in the Northwoods this fall. Photo: Bill Pohlmann