Experience the colours of the Fall

The scenery of British Columbia is mesmerizing throughout the years, especially in fall when nature shows its beautiful colours. Autumn is a spectacular time in Vancouver as it is pleasant while the leaves change colour.

From mid-September to early November, it is the perfect time to witness the orange, red, yellow golden and brown leaves. 

Stanley Park

Stanley Park is a popular tourist attraction in Vancouver. It is one of the most loved destinations for its particular fall colours. Be it on the seawall, during a stroll through the interior of the massive green space, or biking on the flat and beautiful tracks. One can experience all the colours of fall here.

UBC (University of British Columbia) Botanical Garden

The leafy campus of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver is also one of the best options to be colourful’s lap. Located at the far western end of the City of Vancouver, the grand old trees that become colourful this season are also a treat to watch. 

Queen Elizabeth Park

When it comes to fall foliage, how can Queen Elizabeth Park not come to mind? Located in central Vancouver atop the city’s highest point, this beautiful park has gorgeous gardens with majestic trees. You can head towards the viewpoint, and the sight of colourful trees will make you want to stay! You will be amazed to see the scarlet, gold, orange, red and amber beauty.

Burnaby Mountain Park

Burnaby Mountain Park is an outstanding area, only a twenty-minute drive from Vancouver downtown offering scenic views and picnic areas for families and hiking trails. With many different types of trails, a hike at Burnaby Mountain can be adapted for any age group or fitness level. For this reason, it’s a popular place for hiking among families. This is the perfect summer spot for a picnic, and you can catch the lovely colours of autumn fall display as it has many deciduous and coniferous trees.

Trout Lake

The bold colours of red, orange, and yellow leaves leave everyone enthralled. The blanket of evergreen trees in Trout Lake is a must to visit. There are various types of deciduous trees in the park, including maples. Trout Lake offers an explosion of different autumn colours. It is conveniently located in East Vancouver.

Burnaby Deer Lake

Located in Burnaby, Deer Lake Park is another popular and favourite destination during the fall season. It has beautiful walking trails with scenic views connecting the lake, Burnaby Art Gallery, Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, Burnaby Village Museum and Hart House restaurant. Burnaby’s Deer Lake boasts of its beautiful colours each fall. 

VanDusen Botanical Garden

The fall colours of VanDusen Botanical Garden, located in Vancouver, are also not behind. In this season, you can easily see green leaves turning crisp yellow. Not just this, there are little ponds in the centre of the park which are beautiful to watch. This location is picturesque.

Tickets are sold onsite, so you do not need to be booked in advance.

These days VanDusen is celebrating the fall season with Harvest Days on weekends in October, Monday, October 10 and Friday, October 21. It will be for people of all age groups, where they have transformed the veggie garden and maze area for fun-filled photo areas, activities, and entertainment.

Click here to book the tickets!

So, what are you waiting for? Grab your camera and selfie stick and visit these locations with your friends to see beautiful fall colours!

Source: Stanley Park UBC Botanical Garden VanDusen Botanical Garden Burnaby Mountain Park Trout Lake East Vancouver Burnaby Deer Lake

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