Moscow isn’t just a city in Russia – there’s another place called Moscow in northern Idaho, set along the border of Washington. and if you happen to drive through, or visit, this time of year, you’ll see some incredibly vibrant splashes of fall color.
While it’s best known for its picturesque tree-lined streets and lovely architecture, on the University of Idaho campus, you’ll see some of the most impressive autumn foliage that can even rival the likes of the famous New England scenes. Don’t miss it! While you’re there you can visit Moscow’s excellent farmers market too. With so many farms in the area, you’ll find an outstanding selection of locally grown items, including fresh fruits and veggies, homemade breads. flowers, arts and crafts, jewelry and more.