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

Cabot Trail is considered by many to be one of the best drives for fall colors in Nova Scotia. The 185-mile route meanders around the northern shore of Cape Breton Island's and attracts color lovers. If you love to go fishing, sailing, or kayaking in Baddeck on the Bras d'Or Lake, Cabot Trail is the place to be. Just outside of Baddeck take about a mile stroll, you will find Uisge Ban (pronounced Ishkaban) straight to a beautiful waterfall.

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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

The Fundy Coastal Drive is another scenic ride for fall foliage viewing along The Bay of Fundy. During Canada’s Thanksgiving weekend in the two first weeks of October, the autumn show is considered to be at its peak. The tides here have been one of the draws that make New Brunswick an appealing destination during fall. Among many things to see is the unusal tides that can measure up to 19 meters (10 fathoms) deep. The tides change twice a day leaving the unusual rock formations in the Bay high and dry at times. As the water rises and falls, it creates some odd natural phenomena, one of which is the reversing falls of St. John’s. The water also brings great amounts of fish and plankton that attract whales for watching.

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

Beginning from the end of September to late October, colors explode for a long time, the resort town Mont-Tremblant celebrates its annual Symphony of Colors Festival. The autumn leaves change color into yellow, red and pink. Travelers to Quebec are attracted by the fall colors of the yellow birch, American beech trees, and especially sugar maple trees, contribute to the eye-catching beauty of the area as well. Another area Quebec travelers can explore is the Laurentian Mountains, one of the most spectacular displays of fall foliage. The mountain range is one the oldest mountain ranges in the world that contains rocks deposits before the Cambrian Period about 540 million years ago. A journey to Quebec comes at a cost but one that's worth it.

6 Prince Edward Island

Within the temperate waters of the Gult of Saint Lawrence, Prince Edward Island offers inspiring autumn at full force. Nature's colors are transformed into deep folds, oranges, and sharp reds. It has arguably the most extended fall foliage periods in northeastern North America. Start your getaway by hopping into your car and drive down through the unique winding roads.

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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

Autumn in New England can't be compared to that of Algonquin Ontario. The beatiful colors of the forest can’t be overemphasized. Experience the city of Algonquin with its amenities, restaurants and also within-weekend dash distance of 2, 896 square miles of protected wilderness, 2,000 lakes, and 621 miles of river to explore. In Algonquin Park you can share the woods with wildlife such as wolves, moose, and black beers, the sight of many small mammals including foxes, squirrels, raccoons, and chipmunk, and a variety of waterfowl inclusive of herons, osprey and loons are at regular sight for park visitors. The Park can only be explored by foot or canoe. From the end of November to the beginning of December, maple trees display stunning colors.

4 Agawa Canyon Trip, Ontario

From Sault Ste Marie, Ontario take a train ride that travels about 114 miles to the natural beauty of the Agawa Canyon. When the rail hugs the top of the canyon wall, you'll descend about 500 feet over the next 10 miles to the bottom floor of the Agawa Canyon. During this trip, there is a lot to view and capture, the incredible landscapes of Northern Ontario is one of them. The train provides a regular commentary that highlights items along the way and a brochure is distributed for assist. Remember to thank Canada's Group of Seven for their captivating painting in the Algoma region between 1918 and 1923. Their painting becomes a significant piece of art to the people of Canada and the world at large.

3 The Rocky Mountains in Alberta

One trip to Banff is surely the beginning of many. It is a place that once visited you will have the urge to go again and again. Travel from Lake Louise and drive towards Bow Lake along the Icefields Parkway, one of the top 10 drives in the world. The Rocky Mountains are a beauty to behold with noticeable differences from each other. Cypress Hills is located in the south-eastern corner of Alberta to the Rocky Mountains in the town of Banff, Alberta. Visitors will be mesmerized by the turquoise waters of Lake Louise, Alberta. A place tourists consider a must-see destination. In September of every year, the Rocky Mountains of Alberta experience warm and dry days, this atmosphere is one of the best vacation destinations.

2 Abraham Lake

From the Rocky Mountains in Alberta, Abraham Lake is another beautiful lake in the Rockies. The beautiful lake has bubbles frozen beneath the ice of the Lake that look like winter jewels. A human-made lake that has a unique phenomenon. When decaying plants in the lake release methane gas, that creates bubbles that are trapped within the ice. Photographers and nature observers are regularly in love with Abraham Lake but it can be dangerous to get too close because the frozen bubbles. You should also note that your stay in Abraham Lake comes with the benefit of lovely accommodations on Lake Louise. Bikes and canoes can be barrowed for free.

1 Vancouver Seawall

If your attraction is the autumn fall colors, then you need to know this; your venture shouldn’t be beyond British Columbia. Virtually every tree and hedge turns brilliant shades of orange, yellow and red. During fall foliage, starting from mid-September to early-November, Vancouver presents nature's beauty at the very best. Queen Elizabeth Park, University of Columbia and many more places provide the beauty of nature. Your vacation in Canada isn't complete without biking on the 17-mile Vancouver Seawall. The world's longest uninterruptible waterfront path, with glittering views of the Pacific and other entry points into the dynamic Stanley Park. History will not forget James Jimmy Cunningham, the master mason, who dedicated his life to the construction of the seawall from 1931 until his retirement.

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