Canada's Most Breathtaking Fall Destinations

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Can you tell that we are obsessed with fall yet? Well, we are taking a little trip up north for this list, Canada easily has one of the most gorgeous fall landscapes in the world- with sprawling forests, picturesque mountains, and old-timey villages all drenched in kaleidoscopic hues of red, orange, and yellow. For the outdoorsy seekers, or those just looking for a day trip full of crisp fresh air and some poutine, consider these cozy Canadian spots for an unforgettable fall getaway.

Laurentian Mountains, Banff National Park Of Canada, Silent Lake Provincial Park, Sugarloaf Provincial Park, Gros Morne National Park Of Canada, Restoule Provincial Park, Parc national Forillon, Deer Lake Park

  • Laurentian Mountains, Canada

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      The Laurentian Mountains are endless sprawls covered almost entirely with leafy forested areas, and fall is like a postcard come to life. These mountains are nestled around the metropolitan city of Montreal, encompassing idyllic pathways and dreamlike views. Spend a day or two visiting charming villages, enjoying authentic poutine, and taking park in outdoorsy fun with a backdrop of endless shades of fall foliage.

  • Banff National Park Of Canada, Canada

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      Banff National Park is easily one of the most famously gorgeous Canadian destinations, but after the summer crowds dwindle, fall sinks in with gorgeous foliage and more room for exploration. Enjoy this vast national park with less foot traffic, stunning fall landscapes, and crisp air, easily one of the coziest spaces to get in touch with nature in the world.

  • Silent Lake Provincial Park, Canada

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      Silent Lake Provincial Park is one of Ontario’s most gorgeous destinations, particularly under the gleaming fall foliage. With extensive recreational options (think hiking, swimming, cycling, kayaking, and more), Silent Lake is an idyllic and adventurous fall getaway that also acts as an excellent photo-op.

  • Sugarloaf Provincial Park, Canada

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      Sugarloaf park is a gorgeous wooded area tucked around one of the most scenic mountains in Canada. Covered in eclectic hues of gold, orange, and red, a leafy carpet with a sprawling view makes this spot ideal for a fall adventure. Explore the stunning scenery of rich colors, campgrounds, and more at this overlooked gem.

  • Gros Morne National Park Of Canada, Canada

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      With soaring fjords, towering mountains, pristine beaches, and leafy fall foliage- nothing beats the remote Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland. Featuring an extensive array of various geography, contrasting with soft forests and dynamic cliffs, witness the power and beauty of nature at its perfectly balanced spot. Ideal for the adventurous seekers out there.

  • Restoule Provincial Park, Canada

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      Located between two lakes, Restoule provincial park is any camper's dream come true. Embrace outdoorsy activities, hikes alongside stunning foliage, and fresh nature decorated in crisp leafy goodness. One of the best off-the-beaten-path stops in Canada for hikers, nature lovers, and fall-lovers alike.

  • Parc national Forillon, Canada

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      Forillon National Park is a sprawling coast side park located in Quebec that encompasses some of the most beautiful, off-the-beaten-pathway fall foliage in the country. Enjoy this historical destination, made up of untouched natural beauty and holographic shades of vibrant colors.

  • Deer Lake Park, Canada

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      Vancouver island’s Deer Lake Park is a cultural hub brimming with neon shades of orange and red throughout the fall season. This leafy park surrounds the famed Deer Lake, offering outdoorsy activities such as canoeing, kayaking, and more. Enjoy a stroll along picturesque autumnal trails, or visit the Burnaby art gallery for a look into the fantastic art scene of the city.