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DENVER (KDVR) — There are many reasons people call Colorado “Colorful Colorado”. One of those reasons is the incredible fall foliage the paints the state this time of year. Even though fall is not technically here yet, fall colors are already starting to pop up.

If you were out and about over the weekend, you may have noticed some leaves changing from green to golden in color.

We would love to see your fall pictures. Click the “submit your photo” button at the bottom of the page. We will share as many as we can on TV.

This gallery is a look at some of the incredible foliage from last year:

If you are looking for somewhere to check out fall colors this season, here is a list we put together:

Within 1 hour of Denver:
Guanella Pass
Peak to Peak Highway
Rocky Mountain National Park
Winter Park
Kenosha Pass

Within 2 hours of Denver:
Tennessee Pass
Hoosier Pass
Grand Lake

Within 3-4 hours of Denver:
Rabbit Ears Pass
Buena Vista
Independence Pass
Monarch Pass
Grand Mesa