Take in Canada’s blazing bushes and dazzling displays of autumn. Here, a guide to some fabulous foliage spots
Prince Edward Island
Always popular as a summer destination, visitors are discovering the beauty of Prince Edward Island in the fall. The warm waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Northumberland Strait moderate PEI’s climate, creating one of the longest fall foliage periods in northeastern North America. On Island hills and ridges, sugar maple leaves turn bright apricot-orange, mixing with the scarlet-reds of red maple, cherry and sumac and the vibrant yellows of poplar, beech and birch.
Whether it’s hiking or biking or simply meandering along the shore, PEI offers tremendous fall foliage from mid-September until late October. To learn more, go the PEI Fall Foliage Website.
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