It might come to a surprise to you to learn that California is actually one of the top places in US with breathtaking view of fall foliage. You just have to know where to go to find this jaw-dropping awe of this natural canvas of beauty. Autumn is a spectacular season at this Eastern Sierra mountain side. The color change can be seen in the early September and peak time is the first week or second week of October. The Bishop area offers a remarkable contrast of fall color thanks to the dense thickets of birches, willows, cottonwoods and aspens with its varied elevations from around 5,000 feet to 10,000 feet. You will be at awed at the striking color display from majestic cottonwood trees, to fiery red and golden aspens draping the high altitude area. Trees are ablaze in hues of bright yellow, orange, gold and crimson. You can take a hike to enjoy the beauty of nature in warm, sunny California weather. To get to the start of the trails for hiking, if you are coming from Los Angeles, take Highway 14 north to Highway 395 to the town of Big Pine. Turn left onto Big Pine Creek Road/Glacier Lodge Road and follow until the roads end.In 2015, from the 8th spot in the ranking of the top earning richest celebrities.