It’s that time of the year to enjoy mother nature’s transition from greenery to golden colours. Fall is the season of outdoor activities and thankfully there are many COVID friendly things to do in Canada to celebrate fall.
Canada currently has 48 national parks and national park reserves across the country. With thousands of lakes, rivers, mountain peaks and overall stunning landscapes – Canada’s national parks will have you at awe, especially during the fall. Here are our top 5:
Want to discover other places in Canada to see the best foliage? Check out this list here.
Canada is big on cider making, with a total of 155 cider producers. To check the full list of cider makers follow this link. Many of these producers offer cider tours and tastings as well, which make the perfect fall activity!
Fall is the season of harvest, so why not make it extra fun and get lost in a corn maze?
There are many horse riding trails across Canada to enjoy! Seeking for a more adventurous activity? Hop on a horse and admire falls’ ultimate warm colours.
If you really want to socially distance yourself, fall craft activities are the way to go. Grab some of mother nature’s gifts from outside and put together some fall themed decor for your home. Need some ideas?
Pumpkin this, pumpkin that. Take full advantage of pumpkin spice and everything nice.