In spite of how infamously fleeting it is, fall is a treasured season that really hits all the sweet spots for those precious few weeks when weather “falls” into place. Especially when compared to the other seasons that reach notorious extremes like intense humidity, unrelenting snowfall, incessant rain, and swarms of mosquitoes, fall is a breath of fresh air—often literally. Along with a number of other specific reasons, this is what makes fall the best time to plan a national park road trip.
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