Fall in the Finger Lakes

Blog, Finger Lakes // Alex Schloop // 9 August 2017

Fall is a time to cool down from a busy summer, breathe in the fresh Finger Lakes air, and pause. It is a romantic time, too, with glasses of deep red wine, quiet fireside meals for two, and apple picking at nearby orchards. By mid October, Aurora begins to turn brilliant colors of saffron and burgundy — there’s a reason why National Geographic call the Finger Lakes a “leaf peeping paradise.” Here’s a glimpse at just some of the reasons why we’re so in love with fall in the Finger Lakes.

Fall in the Finger Lakes. Spend a leisurely afternoon with a great book in the cozy library.

Spend a leisurely afternoon with a great book in the cozy library at E.B. Morgan House.

A roaring fire welcomes guests at the Aurora Inn.

A roaring fire welcomes guests at the Aurora Inn.

Vivid foliage at E.B. Morgan House.

Vivid foliage at E.B. Morgan House.

A cozy village-view guestroom at the Aurora Inn.

A cozy village-view guestroom at the Aurora Inn.

A lakeside canopy of amber leaves.

A lakeside canopy of amber leaves.

Seven marble fireplaces — original to the home — keep E.B. Morgan House cozy all fall long.

Seven marble fireplaces — original to the home — keep E.B. Morgan House cozy all fall long.

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