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Awesome Autumn 2017

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 September 28, 2017

Fall colors are starting to show throughout Plumas County.  Please visit often for updates here or on our Awesome Autumn Facebook page  .

Please send your photos and reports to  We will share information both on this blog and facebook page.

Photos from Emily Webb today.

Sugar Maple at Dixie Canyon on Hwy 89 


Across from turnoff to Keddie, south of Quincy on Hwy 89/70 



 September 29, 2017


Plumas County is no where near peak for Fall Colors yet.  It is now time to plan your visit for October.  You will find fall colors throughout the county.  Fall is a special time to visit Lassen Volcanic National Park, Feather River Canyon, and the back roads of Lassen and Plumas National Forest.  Visit our events page for fall festivals and events to enjoy while taking in the fall colors.

 Photo from Jerri Lee of Lassen Peak Photography


Photo is taken near Butt Lake not far from Lake Almanor.  For more photos from Lassen Peak Photography please visit their website


October 2, 2017

Vibrant fall colors are showing all over the county.  Make sure to slow down when driving the back roads of Plumas County to enjoy the beautiful foliage. 

Aspens' are showing off their fall color at Antelope Lake. Photo taken by Jeff Titcomb just before sunset on October 1, 2017



 Jeff also spotted Dogwoods in bloom on his drive yesterday.


 Michael Beatley of Meadow Valley Design and Photography captures the aspens at Thompson Lake which is just a short drive from Bucks Lake.  Michael recommends morning for getting shots with reflections in the lake.


October 6, 2017

Photo taken October 4, by Jerri Lee of Lassen Peak Photography in Humbug Valley.  This is a great time to check-out some of our forest service roads, a favorite stop in Humbug Valley is Soda Spring.



October 10, 2017


Aspen are peaking in many parts of Plumas County; Antelope Lake, La Porte Road and Thompson Lake are a few of the spots to visit now for great color.  Just a few blocks from downtown Quincy the Theiler Tree is showing off beautiful fall colors.


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