This is what fall colours look like in Canada right now
Fall colours in Canada for 2020 are almost at their best right now so it's the perfect time to get outdoors and take in the changing of the leaves.
While there's lots to love about the autumnal season in Canada, it always inspiring to see the absolutely stunning colours the season brings.
There's no denying Canada is home to some of the best fall scenery around.
While the season only kicked off about a week ago, Canadians across the country have taken to social media to share some gorgeous shots of their fall adventures.
Although some dread leaving the summer months behind, others love the cooler temperatures September and October bring.
Not to mention the stunning shades of orange, red, and yellow on the trees.
Autumn temperatures may have arrived earlier than expected this year, however a recent Weather Network report shows that Canada can expect mild fall weather in October and November.
In other words, the cold winter weather won't be here as quickly as the fall weather arrived (thankfully).
For some, that means more time outside.
This is my favorite time of the year to be on the Icefields Parkway. With vews like this one, it's easy to understand why. This was just one of the many magnificent views along the drive from @fairmontbanff to @fairmontjpl. I'm looking forward to sharing more photos from this trip with you soon. 🍂 What are your weekend plans? #adventurehere #banffsprings #jasperparklodge Shot with Canon EOS R and RF 24-105mm lens @canoncanada #canoncanada
And maybe some extra time at the cottage.
I always have bittersweet feelings about this time of year. I love the change of seasons and the Fall colours but I wish Summer was a few months longer. 🍁 I think I’m going to squeeze in a few more hikes around the Vancouver area and try to see some new spots over the next few weeks, maybe even try to watch the Salmon run up a few rivers. It looks like we’ve got some good weather heading our way! ☀️
Either way, make sure to soak up the season because the 2020 Farmers' Almanac is predicting some crazy snow storms in parts of the country once the winter actually hits.
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the impending second wave, which has already hit some provinces, Canada is truly beautiful in the fall and that's something we can be thankful for this season.
Clement Lo in Toronto
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