You don’t need to fly to the American northeast to experience one of the most quintessential aspects of autumn — those kaleidoscopic fall leaves that blanket the ground in a patchwork of fiery reds, oranges, and yellows.
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From swinging tree-to-tree on an aerial adventure course in Stowe to gliding over the Finger Lakes in a two-seat sailplane, check out our favorite lesser-known ways to experience fall splendor across North America.