Get ready for those iconic fall colors.

My favorite season is just about here. Go ahead, call me a basic chick. I actually wear that title with pride. I love the crisp air, the changing colors of the leaves, anything cooked in slow cooker, and the fact that I can wear pants. I'm a better person in pants.

Now, let's get back to the leaves thing.

We see the leaves change color in fall presenting us with picturesque fall foliage. Red, gold, and copper begin to take over the once lush green scenery. And let me tell you something, your Instagram feed is going to be lit.

With that being said, where can we find the most Insta-worthy foliage?

Recently we found a list of the "Best Fall Foliage Spot in Your State" posted on a website called ActiveTimes.com. Take a moment to scroll through the list of all 50 locations, including places like Alaska and Hawaii. Many of these stellar sights are found in our state parks and are truly breathtaking. We truly live in such a diverse and beautiful country and these photos are a prime example of that.

For Colorado, the writers selected Kebler Pass.

This spot is less than six hours away from us and could make for a great weekend trip when the season really gets underway. Kebler Pass is located between Paonia and Crested Butte. Because of the 10,000-foot elevation, the site claims you will have foliage views for miles and miles.