Fall Colours in Toronto

Toronto This Fall

Toronto in the fall is a very special time of year. The colours are spectacular, full of rich reds, deep oranges and yellows. Southern Ontario has some of the most beautiful fall foliage in the world. Naturally there are some places in the city that you need to see, some of them can make you feel like you’re a million miles away. From the beauty of the Scarborough Bluff, the Humber Valley, High Park, Rouge Park and to the always gorgeous and peaceful Toronto Islands. Here are some places you should see this fall. 

Scarborough Bluffs

Hike through some amazing trails and see the fall colours come to life and then head to the beach for some spectacular views. It doesn’t even look real, you will not be disappointed. The bluffs are a very popular place and there’s never a dull moment.

Humber Valley

The Humber Valley has a lot to offer, there are quite a few parks to choose from, from the banks of Lake Ontario all the way to Steeles Avenue. Places you should make sure you see are Lambton Park, Humber Marshes Park, Raymore and Summerlea. 

Rouge Park

There are many trials here that need to be hiked. They wind around the ravine walls and this is a place that you can also drive to. You can simply get out of your car and take a look at the colours around you. If you head over to Old Finch Avenue you’ll be at the zoo, why not have a drive and take in the scenery.

Toronto Island

In the summer the islands are bustling with tourist and locals. It can be a busy place but that’s not the case in the fall. The island is peaceful and the colours are wonderful. You’re able to explore the island in ways you might not be able to in the summer months. The air is crisp and the view of the city skyline is stunning.

Where will you go this fall?

Once you decide on what location you want to visit you can let us know and we will be happy to get you there. We can take large groups or small ones, check out our fleet of vehicles and then make your reservation. See you soon!