Out of the dozens of spectacular towns, scenic highways and Provincial Parks that explode with fall foliage this autumn, we've highlighted just three below:
1. The Agawa Canyon, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada.
|Take the Agawa Canyon Tour Train, on the Algoma Central Railway. This luxurious tourist train runs through the canyon throughout the year, but the fall season is known for the most beautiful scenes as the leaves in the valley change colour.|
2. Muskoka and the Niagara Escarpment, Ontario, Canada.
|The Muskoka towns of Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, Port Sydney and Huntsville are justly famous for Fall sightseeing.|
Lanark County, the great maple syrup producing county of Ontario, naturally has millions of maple trees, which not only provide great flavours for your pancakes, but also great sights for your autumn hikes (or strolls, for those who prefer to take it easy).
Check out some of the great family outings available in Lanark County, just south of the nation's Capitol, and a short drive from Ottawa, Kingston, Peterborough, and Gatineau!
- Wheeler's Pancake House
- A great complement to apple-picking: Balderson's Cheese!
- The K&P trail - a great hiking trail through Lanark County!