Saturday, September 28, 2019

Fall Colours 2019

Peak fall colours are still coming to southern Ontario, usually peaking in mid October around the Toronto area. But you don't have to travel to far north to see some fall foliage changing now. Look for sunny days with some dramatic clouds and somewhere you can look over valleys or ravines for some beautiful views. Extra beauty when you can get some reflections in lakes and ponds.
These photos are from eastern Ontario
Some years the colours are muted and dull, with not a lot of vibrant yellows, oranges or reds. Hopefully this year will be magnificent. Some spots to check out in the GTA include the Cheltenham Badlands, Scarborough Bluffs, waterfalls along the Niagara Escarpment and the Collingwood area.

You check out the fall colour report here from 40011 or see the Ontario parks report.

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