Reader photos: Fall makes its way through Summit County |

Reader photos: Fall makes its way through Summit County

To celebrate the fall season, the Summit Daily News is asking readers to submit their best images for its Fall Photos Gallery.

Submissions were accepted starting Sept. 28 and they will continue to be collected through Oct. 31. These are just a handful of the nearly 250 images submitted so far.

Readers can submit as many images as they would like, and they will appear in the Summit Daily’s online Fall Photo Gallery. A handful of images will also appear in print in each Saturday issue throughout the gallery’s duration.

To see all the images submitted so far, visit

Peak One in Frisco is coated with snow on Oct. 1, 2022 during the fall season.
Joshua Bartels/Courtesy photo
Aspens turn to a golden hue near the Dillon Reservoir at the Frisco Marina during the fall 2022.
Alisha Walter/Courtesy photo
Boreas Pass Road is one of the best places in Summit County to see fall color. One of the trails is lined with aspens during their peak in 2022.
Cheryl Tash/Courtesy photo
A cluster of aspens peak during the fall season in 2022.
Candy Elkind/Courtesy photo
Celebrations for the aspens turning to their golden hues ocurs on one of the corridors of Boreas Pass during fall 2022.
Brandi Timm/Courtesy photo
The tops of golden aspen trees overlook one of Summit County’s ski resorts during fall 2022.
Andre Elkins/Courtesy photo
Fall color is seen from Rainbow Lake during the fall 2022.
Malgorzata Citak/Courtesy photo
Susanne Anderson/Courtesy photo
A street in Summit County sees fall color in 2022.
Susanne Anderson/Courtesy photo

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