Mother Nature had the best idea to cheer us up as we realize that summer’s come to an end: she decided to make fall one of the most colourful times of year. Autumn is also one of the best times to travel in Canada, with fewer crowds and cooler weather that’s perfect for a hike. So where should you go for one last getaway before you start hibernating for winter? Go where the trees are at their most spectacular, of course! Here are some of the best places to see fall colours in Canada.
Butchart Gardens, Victoria, British Columbia
Icefields Parkway, Alberta
Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario
Agawa Canyon Park, Ontario
Confederation Trail, Prince Edward Island
Dempster Highway, Yukon and Northwest Territories
Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia
Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta
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Thousand Islands National Park, Ontario
Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario
Narrow Hills Provincial Park, Saskatchewan
Quebec City, Quebec
Acadian Coast, New Brunswick
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Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador
Niagara Region, Ontario
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
Oak Hammock Marsh, Manitoba
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