Canada’s Best Fall Foliage Hikes You Need To Explore

What is it about fall that makes people even more anxious to get out and experience the great outdoors? Thanks to its unparalleled geography, Canada boasts an amazing array of hiking trails that show-off autumn’s cornucopia of colors.

One of the country’s not-to-be-missed autumnal hikes is Miscou Island’s peat bogs. Though the island is small enough to be driven end-to-end in just 15-minutes, its leaf peeping payload is huge. Here you’ll find sand beaches ringed by peat bogs that turn a jaw-dropping scarlet come fall.

Famed for its maple syrup, you just know that the province of Quebec is going to be rich in maple trees, which are hands-down autumn’s best color-changing performers. Forillon National Park offers some of Quebec’s most outstanding fall vistas, with the dramatic seaside cliffs (from which you can sometimes see whales and seals) of the Cap-Bon-Ami trail topping the list.

Whether you’re a hard-core hiker, a nature lover or are on the hunt for some impressive autumn panoramas, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland has what you need. It’s one of Canada’s most celebrated sanctuaries and you can watch this UNESCO World Heritage Site catch fire (figuratively, of course) as fall colors set the landscape aflame.

Here are some of Canada’s best fall foliage hikes…

 

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