3rd Place - Rusty Glessner, Lower Humbert Bridge, Somerset County

By 10Best Editors, USA Today

As summer winds to a close, temperatures are beginning to drop and Mother Nature is gearing up for her annual spectacle of fall color. We selected the best destinations around the U.S. to see fall foliage, and then our readers voted for their favorites.  Scroll to see the top 10 winners.

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No. 3: Laurel Highlands, Pennsylvania

Fall foliage in the Laurel Highlands usually peaks in mid-October, making the Pennsylvania region an ideal fall getaway destination. Go for a drive along Laurel Highlands Scenic Byway with a stop to see Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater framed by colorful leaves, or take a scenic hike in Ohiopyle State Park.