One afternoon after I was out of class, I drove up to Sugarloaf when the trees were beginning to change colors. This Volkswagen Westfalia was parked in front of a perfect view, so, naturally, I took about 100 photos. In the fall, I’m often at Sugarloaf to check out the foliage, knowing that the more colorful and bare the trees get, the sooner I will be back skiing. Regardless of the time of year, a drive up to Sugarloaf never disappoints—especially when the foliage is showing off.
Tucker Weeks is a business economics major at the University of Maine at Farmington. In his free time, he goes mountain biking and hiking, and as soon as the snow falls, he spends most of his time at Sugarloaf. You can follow him on the slopes this winter @tuckerweeks.
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