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The best places for fall foliage viewing across Canada:

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  • Queen Elizabeth Park

    Located In: Vancouver, British Columbia Situated in central Vancouver, <a href="" target="_hplink"> Queen Elizabeth Park</a> is a 130-acre park that features a mixture of evergreens and deciduous trees (the kind with leaves the change colour). The mixture of the trees provides a contrast which makes the red and yellow leaves really pop out against the green pine needles. Photo: <a href="" target="_hplink">wlcutler</a>

  • The Rocky Mountains

    Located In: Banff, Alberta And Jasper, Alberta It doesn't get more picturesque than the gold and red leaves strewn across a canvas of the Rocky Mountains. Travellers who've had their fill of the stunning <a href="" target="_hplink">aspen, birch, and willow trees</a> can find plenty of other activities at the nearby Banff or Jasper National Parks. Credit: <a href="" target="_hplink">msn678</a>

  • Qu'Appelle River Valley

    Located In: Lumsden, Saskatchewan Fans of fall foliage might have a hard time in Saskatchewan since the province is mostly dominated by wheat fields and flatlands. However, <a href="" target="_hplink">a 30-minute drive Northwest of Regina</a> will take travellers to Lumsden, Saskatchewan. The city rests on the Qu'Appelle Valley which plays host to lovely shades or red, orange and yellow when Autumn rolls around. Photo: <a href="" target="_hplink">Kevin Saff</a>

  • Whiteshell Provincial Park

    Located In: Whiteshell Provincial Park, Manitoba Visitors of Whiteshell Provincial Park can be expect to be <a href="!i=1653725639&k=jd3dvCS" target="_hplink">dominated by golden leaves</a>, thanks in part of the numerous <a href="" target="_hplink">Fallgold Ash trees</a> that dot fill the park. Also worth nothing is the park's closeness to the Ontario border making this location a strong contender for a weekend road trip for Ontarians.

  • Algonquin Provincial Park

    Located In: Nipissing, Ontario While there West has its share of fall foliage locations, Eastern Canada has leaf viewing destinations in spades. Algonquin Provincial Park is just one of the many places in Ontario with lovely shades of red and orange due to the numerous types of spruces, pines, ashes, maples and aspen trees in the park. Travellers can also capitalize on the best viewing locations with a <a href="" target="_hplink">fall colour report</a>. Photo: <a href="" target="_hplink">松

  • The Laurentian Mountains

    Located In: Laurentides, Quebec Mont-Tremblant may be a top destination for skiers and snowboarders during the Winter but come fall, the resort city plays host to the Symphony of Colours festival. The festival celebrates the city's orange hues from the plentiful sugar maples, yellow birches and American beeches with <a href="" target="_hplink">free concerts and musical performances</a>.

  • Humber Valley

    Located In: Corner Brook, Newfoundland Located in Corner Brook, a town that runs mainly on its paper and pulp industry, Humber Valley's fall foliage is well known for <a href="" target="_hplink">attracting tourists every fall </a>and is even a destination on a few Atlantic cruises. Photo: <a href="" target="_hplink">retired60</a>

  • The Cabot Trail

    Located In: Cape Breton, Nova Scotia The Cabot Trail is known for the beautiful coastal drive, its various gold courses and the beautiful crimson reds, stunning yellows and vibrant oranges during October. Like Ontario,<a href="" target="_hplink"> there's even a foliage report</a> that visitors can fill out to give other travellers an idea of what to expect and when to expect it.

  • Fundy Coastal Drive

    Located Near: <a href="" target="_hplink">New Brunswick </a> For travellers who find themselves in the Maritimes during Thanksgiving weekend, pass on the turkey and take on the leaves instead. The hues or yellow will remind you of roasted potatoes, while the oranges will have you craving a pumpkin thanks to their vibrancy. <a href="" target="_hplink">Photo: wallygrom</a>

  • Confederation Trail

    Located In: Prince Edward Island Formerly an abandoned railroad project, the Confederation Trail stretches 470 km across the island province. On this trail, visitors can bike, walk or run and check out the <a href="" target="_hplink">apricot-orange and fire reds from the various maple and cherry trees.</a> Then there's the brilliant yellows of the populars, birches and beeches. Photo: <a href="" target="_hplink">Daleus</a>