Great places to find fall foliage

Great places to find fall foliage

Early snow in Alberta and B.C. didn't stop Larch-madness from taking over the internet. The beautiful conifers continue to turn a stunning shade of autumn yellow in Western Canada.

When it comes to taking in the changing autumn leaves across Western Canada, aim to visit in October, which is when most parks have their brightest colours on full display. Here are some of our favourite fall colours in Western Canada.

Crowsnest Pass, AB

Crowsnest Pass is a fall lover's dream. Make sure to check out our top 5 hikes in the area.

Cranbrook, BC

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

I’m taking a poll: What do you call these blazing yellow beauties?

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Did you know that autumn is one of the best times to visit Cranbrook. Find out why here.

Kootenay National Park, BC

Ahh the Kootenays. One of the best places to get your autumn Instagram photos

Kananaskis Country, AB

Kananaskis Country in Alberta is one of the most beautiful areas in Western Canada. Get out and explore the beautiful larches.

Pentiction, BC

Pentiction is just a short drive from Kelowna. Make sure to head up to the area and explore indigenous culture.

Elkford, BC

Elkford, is just a short drive from Cranbrook B.C. Make sure to head to the area and enjoy the crunch leaves before the snow falls.

Medicine Hat, AB

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

How beautiful is fall in #MedHat? We are pretty smitten. 📷 @leannespock

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Medicine Hat is a glorious destination for all things autumn. Get some great travel tips here.

When You Go

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