Mahatma Gandhi once said:

“What we are doing to the forests of the world is but a mirror reflection of what we are doing to ourselves and to one another.”

All forests have their own smell, own sound, own swirling whispers and above all have their own personality per se.
Some the best places to see the deciduous forest are found in the eastern United States. Here is a list of some accessible areas in the ecoregion designated “Appalachian and Mixed Mesophytic Forests”.

The Great Smokey Mountains (Tennessee)
The Appalachian trail (From Maine to Georgia)
The Ozark Mountains (Arkansas)
If you choose a destination other than the mainland US. You can travel to many other places to see the deciduous forest.

Australia

Eastern Australia Temperate Forests
Tasmanian Temperate Rain Forests
New Zealand Temperate Forests
Indo-Malayan

Eastern Himalayan Broadleaf and Conifer Forest
Western Himalayan Temperate Forests
Palearctic

Southwest China Temperate Forests
Russian Far East Temperate Forests


See photos Russian Far East Temperate Forests