Visit Cook County Talks Fall Foliage, Upcoming Autumn Events

Fall Foliage in Parts of Cook County is 50 - 75 Percent Changed as of Monday, Sept. 21

GRAND MARAIS, Minn. – Cook County is open, with safety measures in place to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Thousands are taking trips up the North Shore this fall to see the multi-color foliage change daily.

According to the Minnesota DNR, some areas in Cook County are already 50 – 75 percent changed.

Click here to see the up-to-date fall foliage map from the Minnesota DNR.

At Lutsen Mountains, options are endless, from hiking to biking, and taking a relaxing ride on the gondola to see breathtaking vistas full of yellow, orange and red leaves.

Kjersti Vick serves as the Marketing Director for Visit Cook County.

Vick says despite the COVID-19 pandemic, there are plenty of areas to stay socially distant from others while enjoying a fall hike or capturing the colors with a camera.

Click here to see upcoming events from Visit Cook County.

Currently, Plein Air Grand Marais Online is happening now, and the Art Along the Lake: Fall Studio Tour will begin on Sept. 25 and run through Oct. 4.

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