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10 Best Places To Visit During Fall In Canada

Canada is a country with ten provinces and three territories stretching across the North American continent and northward into the Arctic Ocean. It has the longest bi-national land border in the world with a stretch of 8,891 kilometers (5,525 mi). The capital of Canada is Ottawa, and its most significant metropolitan areas are Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver.

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A country that embodies a beautiful explosion of color when fall starts, colors are employed in their varieties with captivating natural scenes in areas that continually call for exploration. To make your next autumn memorable, we have researched for you. Sit back and read through.

10 The Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia

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You’ll find a tall three-tiered cascade where you can swim and soak in the deep of the pools. There are also plenty of other sights such as sea caves, and other side trips on your route. Don't miss the views from Kejimkujik National Park and Historic Site and Cape Breton Highlands National Park.

9 Fundy Coastal Drive, New Brunswick

8 The Bruce Peninsula, Ontario

The Bruce Peninsula is one of the most popular tourist destinations for lovers of hiking, fishing, and camping, with two national parks (Fathom Five National Marine Park and Bruce Peninsula National Park) in the area. Autumn is the time to take a trip up the Peninsula. Start your tour towards the Bruce Peninsula in Lion's Head. This area also contains over half a dozen nature reserves and the Bruce Peninsula Bird Observatory. In southern Ontario, you will find some of the oldest trees in eastern America, a location that serves as a flyway for migrating birds. Extend your trip to the Niagara Escarpment World Biosphere Reserve, a habitat for animals such as the Massasauga rattlesnake, black bear, and barred owl.

7 The Laurentian Mountains, Quebec

6 Prince Edward Island

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The surrounding seas, The Gulf of St. Lawrence and Northumberland Strait flow with warm water, and helps render relatively moderate weather conditions. The Island has the most variable daily weathering in Canada, unlike other areas, weather conditions last longer in the area. A visit to Prince Edward Island will be a lifetime experience to relish.

5 Algonquin Park, Ontario

4 Agawa Canyon Trip, Ontario

3 The Rocky Mountains in Alberta

2 Abraham Lake

1 Vancouver Seawall

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