1- To start with I opened the RAW file in Lightroom Classic and set the Black and White points. Then I moved the Highlights to +39, Contrast to -26, Clarity: -26, Dehaze: -66, Tint: +63. This produced an overall misty feeling.
2- In the Lightroom Curves Panel I edited each Channel in turn. I started by reducing the Cyan half way up the Red Curve and added more red to the highlights. I then added some blue to the shadows and yellow to the highlights (inverse S Curve in the Blue Channel).
3- Next up I used the HSL panel to reduce the Red saturation and boost the Oranges and Greens. (Red: -24, Orange: +71, Green: +100).
4- Using the Adjustment Brush (kit K) I added more mist moving back from the camera position but further reducing Clarity and Texture. For a natural look I removed the effect from the foreground trees using the Erase Brush and Auto Mask checked on.
5-Finally I added some dodging and burning to the foreground tree using the Adjustment Brush. This included adding a blue tone on the left side, for a cinematic look. I also added vignette by darken the edges with the Radial Filter (Shadows: -15, Highlights: +16, Whites: +15).