The trees pictured above is Siberian larch [Larix sibirica]. The genus Larix is distributed circumpolar with many different species. Several species exist in North America. Despite being a conifer, it sheds its needles each fall after turning a golden yellow.
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In northeastern North America, this provides a second fall [pictured above] after the infamous multi-colored fall.