Fall in Almost Heaven
Our priority is the health and safety of visitors and local communities throughout the Mountain State. The West Virginia Tourism Office and its industry partners are closely monitoring the situation and following the advice of public health officials and government agencies.
Travelers are encouraged to check the status of individual businesses before embarking on their trip. A statewide indoor face covering requirement is in effect and visitors are encouraged to maintain a safe social distance when traveling the state. Now more than ever, people are longing for the great outdoors. For scenic landscapes with few distractions. For a place that’s Almost Heaven. Let’s travel responsibly.
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Fall Color Map
Explore the bright yellows, deep reds and burnt oranges coloring treetops in Almost Heaven this season. High mountain elevations will change color first, followed by the deep valleys – creating world-renowned leaf peeping in West Virginia. Use this map to discover fall color and plan your fall mountain escape.
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Order a free fall inspiration guide
Nature works her astounding magic every autumn in West Virginia. As the third most forested state, our hallowed country roads are a sight to behold in the fall. Request your free fall inspiration guide today for insider tips on where to find the best leaves, scenic drives, hidden gems and more. Peace and quiet, panoramic views and pumpkin spice await, all in the mountains of Almost Heaven.