Fall is just around the corner, and you know what that means. It's time to start planning your iconic leaf peeping road trip through New England! But how can you make the most out of this year's journey? Take your leaf peeping adventure to the next level and view the foliage from 14,000 feet in the sky. It's time to turn over a new leaf and upgrade your foliage-viewing game by observing the explosion of autumn colors while tandem skydiving!
You may already be familiar with the beauty of fall foliage from the ground, but imagine gazing over miles of golden yellow, flaming orange, and fiery red from a bird's-eye view.
At Skydive Danielson, we soar over The Last Green Valley. During the summer, you can soak in the sight of an endless sea of lush green. Skydive with us in the the fall to see this valley as a kaleidoscope of blazing autumn colors. Providence and Hartford can be seen far off across the thick forests. In the distance you can view the Long Island Sound and catch a glimpse of the renowned Boston skyline.
Skydiving at any point during the year can present you with some extraordinary views. Skydiving in the fall, however, is exceptionally breathtaking. Words are simply not enough to express how stunning the autumn landscape appears from thousands of feet in the sky. At Skydive Danielson, the treetops of The Last Green Valley are polka-dotted with the warm browns, vivid reds, spicy oranges, and pastel yellows of autumn. The air is cool and crisp, and the array of cozy autumn colors is sure to take your breath away during your leaf peeping skydive. The autumn sunsets are an additional bonus to tandem skydiving during this magnificent season. The warm gold of the sunlight reflects off the russet hues of the autumn leaves and creates a striking glow across the treetops.
According to the CT Fall Foliage Report, we can expect to experience peak foliage towards the beginning of October. Don't miss your chance to admire the stunning autumn colors from above. Book your jump today.
Happy leaf peeping!