Vacasa and Allison+Partners Research analyzed leading travel trends to anticipate how the coming fall season might pan out. Although quick weekend trips may be preferable as the days get shorter, vacation days are unlikely to go unused, with Vacasa estimating that 58 percent of survey respondents are planning to go on holiday during the 2022 fall season, while 72 percent plan to travel more frequently this fall than they did last year. Moreover, many travelers favor autumn getaways because the weather is more ideal, there is less crowding, and/or they are less busy than during the summer. Meanwhile, 76 percent of those working a hybrid or fully remote format are planning a fall vacation, and Gen Z and millennials are cumulatively more likely than Gen X and baby boomers to have travel plans this fall. In addition, nearly 80 percent of fall travelers are planning to travel domestically compared to 74 percent in summer, and 46 percent of these travelers intend to stay close to home. Almost two-thirds of fall travelers are planning a quick weekend getaway—nearly twice as many as those who planned to do so in the summer 2022 and close to three times as many as those who planned to do in fall/early winter 2021.