Terre Longsdon reports that fall foliage is beginning to pop in Lake County. Terre recommends driving CA-175 from southern Lake County between Kelseyville and Middletown and up over Cobb Mountain. You’ll pass through towns the likes of Whispering Pines, Pine Grove and the area’s hub… Cobb, which she recommends as a good place to stop and eat. There’s not much time for golf if you’re leaf peepin’, but Terre says the course there is fun to play.
After you travel through the Big Valley, leave CA-29 at Bottle Rock Road to Cobb Mountain where you’ll see vibrant chartreuse, yellow, orange and burgundy. When Bottle Rock Rd meets CA-175 in Cobb, turn right and continue south on CA-175 for more color.
Walnut Orchard, Big Valley, Kelseyville (10/12/09)
30-50% Walnut Orchards. Most walnut orchards are approaching 50% with very intense yellow leaves.
Vineyard, Lower Lake (10/12/09)
15-30% Vineyards. The vineyards are beginning to show yellow, orange and red in their grape leaves.
30-50% – Coast Range (1500′). Oaks in California’s Coast Range above 1,500′ in elevation are approaching 50% of peak with the next two weekends positioned for good color in Lake County.
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