LOOK: Here’s where you can see Colorado’s aspen leaves changing colors already

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Autumn colors at Rocky Mountain National Park. (Kevin J. Beaty)

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Autumn colors at Rocky Mountain National Park. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

We’re still about a month away from Colorado’s peak fall foliage, according to the Farmers Almanac, but parts of the state are starting to see hints of yellow and red.

From Ouray to Livermore and Crested Butte to Bear Lake, fall is officially in the air.

Have you spotted changing leaves already? Tweet at me @slynnsnyder, tag me on Instagram or send photos to ssnyder@denverite.com.

Crested Butte

Centennial

Beaver Creek

Ouray

Bear Lake

Livermore

Lake City

Rocky Mountain National Park

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