Fall Colours Are Here! Check Out The Leaves At These Canadian Spots

A photo taken at Algonquin Park on Sept. 30, 2019.

The air is crisp and smells of

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You don’t even have to leave downtown Vancouver to see some of the best foliage B.C. has to offer. Stanley Park is one of the best (and most convenient) places on the West Coast to check out those leaves.

Elk Island National Park, Alta. View this post on Instagram

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About an hour from Edmonton, Elk Island National Park is one of the top places to check out fall colours in Alberta, according to Alberta Arborists. Check out those gorgeous yellows.

Mont-Sainte-Anne, Que. View this post on Instagram

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These gorgeous views can be found about 30 minutes outside Quebec City. Mont-Saint-Anne offers panoramic gondola rides, too.

The Fundy Trail, N.B.

Yes, it’s famous for those tides, but the Fundy Trail in St. Martins, N.B., is also famous for its fall colours. The colours peak around Thanksgiving weekend.

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It peaks a little early thanks to being further north, but Tombstone Territorial Park (which is about 90 minutes from Dawson City) offers some breathtaking views.

Gros Morne National Park, N.L.

In Western Newfoundland, Gros Morne National Park is another breathtaking location to take in those fall colours. Fall is the best time to visit the park, when “the blazing red, yellow and orange hues that are painted throughout the park illuminate the already majestic landscape,” according to the Newfoundland and Labrador website.

Confederation Trail, P.E.I. View this post on Instagram

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Prince Edward Island’s Confederation Trail is 435 kilometres long and stretches from one end of the island to the other. It’s a gorgeous way to take in all the fall colours P.E.I. has to offer.

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Source:: The Huffington Post – Canada Travel

      

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