Central Valley trees present amazing views
The county of Fresno flaunts its beautiful side of orchards along the Blossom Trail. A 62-mile loop on back roads, through a particularly dense region of Central Valley, allows you to see this view; thousands of fruit and nut trees flower with fluttering, lacy petals and aromatic fragrance also line the way.
A self-guided driving route online the Fresno Country website that guides the public to farms, wineries, and historic sites. The Kings River cuts the trail route in the middle; one can stop along the route for a picnic and wine-tasting Most visitors will still just want to roll down their windows and enjoy the scenery.
In the first weeks of March, peach, nectarine and apricot orchards line the byways with pink bouquets. The best time to see the 2017 Fresno Country Blossom Trail is at the end of February through the middle of March; the orchards are all dressed up in their finery.
It’s fruit blossom season; visitors celebrate the beautiful panoramas of blossom orchards with full of fruit trees emitting aromatic fragrance. Most of the beautiful white blossoms had peaked already after the rainy winter.
People enjoy the blazing with colors, with a persistent haziness in the air, which camouflaged the mountains looks like on the scene of wonderland. Seeing the hillsides lush with fresh green grasses was also a bonus for the timing of the journey.
There are lots of places are good to pull off the side of the road and photography. Also, have lunch in Reedley, Dinuba, or Kingsburg; make it a great day trip.
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