The rainy weather is back in Vancouver, and it looks like its here to stay (for the next 8 months of our rainy season). But the silver lining is that it also means the beautiful and romantic season of fall is also approaching the city, and with it brings some of the cutest, coziest and (let's be real) most basic dates. 

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Soon Actually pretty much now even though summer is not officially over, it'll be sweater weather in Vancouver, meaning days spent warming up with pumpkin spice lattes and cuddling to Netflix. Plus, cuffing season is not far away either. 

So to help you make the most of this lovely season, we've rounded up the absolute cutest autumn dates that you need to experience – with or without a BF. Grab your BF or BFF and get ready for pumpkin patches, corn mazes and all those cheesy but cute things that fall brings.  

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Go on a horseback riding tour with Copper Cayuse Outfitters

If you're a hopeless romantic who wants to ride off on a horse into the sunset, that dream can become a reality because you can go on a scenic horseback riding tour in Pemberton, only 2 hours from Vancouver. Copper Cayuse Outfitters has several different horseback riding tours, from one hour tours to overnight trips. You can make a booking on their website and they are open until Mid-October.

Check out their website for more information. 

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Visit the Vancouver Aquarium for their Halloween After Hours Event

For a unique and cool date, experience the Vancouver Aquarium in the dark and with alcohol at this adults only Halloween event. The Vancouver Aquarium hosts After Hours events throughout the year and their next one will be for Halloween. Tickets cost $27 and the event will be on October 31, from 6 pm to 10 pm. You can buy tickets online now!

Check out their website for more information. 

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Visit The Chilliwack Sunflower Festival

Is it possible not to be happy when walking around a beautiful 3 acre field full of sunflowers? This date is sure to be full of cute pics and good times. The Chilliwack Sunflower Festival is only an hour drive from Vancouver and is running until September 16. Tickets cost $9.99 online and $15 at the door for weekends and $6 online and $8 at the door for weekdays. This is a brand new sunflower festival in Vancouver and we could not be more excited. 

Check out their website for more information. 

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Visit Maan Farms for a Haunted Corn Maze 

If you want a more spooky date but with fall feels, the haunted corn maze at Maan Farms in Abbotsford is perfect for you. The Haunted Corn Maze at Maan Farms is over 5 acres big and promises to be the "Scariest Corn Maze in Canada". Tickets will be released on Sept 15 at 9 am and cost $25, saving you $5 from buying onsite. There are also Early Bird Day tickets which cost $20. 

Check out their website for more information. 

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Celebrate Oktoberfest with Harvest Haus

If you want some drinking to go with your date (or maybe to help you get through it...), why not drink your night away at Oktoberfest? This iconic Bavarian event has made its way to Vancouver and Harvest Haus is the largest Volksfest in the city.  

Check out their website for more information. 

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Go whitewater rafting with Squamish Rafting

You can actually go whitewater rafting just an hour from Vancouver and it's a super fun, exhilirating, adrenaline filled date. Squamish Rafting has several day trip and overnight excursions available. The Elaho Whitewater Experience is a popular option and takes you on an exciting Class 3-4 river where you'll get to see hanging glaciers, mountains, waterfalls, and more! Make sure to go this month or next, before the season is over. You can make a booking on their website. 

Check out their website for more information. 

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Attend the Vancouver International Film Festival

Skip Netflix for a night and support Canadian filmmakers at the Vancouver International Film Festival, which is one of the biggest showcases of Canadian films out there. VIFF is back in the city from September 27 to October 12. Over the two week period, over 300 films will be screened at this annual event. You can buy tickets online now and you can see the full lineup on their website. 

Check out their website for more information. 

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Go ATVing in Whistler with Canadian Wilderness Adventures

For an unconventional date that is a whole lot of fun and adventure, why not try ATVing through the mountains of Whistler? For the summer season, Canadian Wilderness Adventures offers several different ATV tours of varying length and difficulty, such as the Call of The Wild ATV Tour and the popular Mountain Explorer ATV Tour. You can book a tour in advance online, and there are several departure times for each day. 

Check out their website for more information. 

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Wine Tasting at Quail's Gate

The Okanagan region in BC is famous for having renowned wineries in an gorgeous setting. Located only a few hours from Vancouver, Kelowna is a great place to go for a weekend getaway. Quail's Gate is one of the most picturesque and popular wineries in the area, but there are several great other wineries to choose from. 

Check out their website for more information. 

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Fright Nights at the PNE

For a scary Halloween themed date, hit up the classic event Fright Nights at the PNE. Get spooked at the haunted houses and rides. Plus, it is great for a first date and gives the perfect reason to cozy up to your date. Fright Nights will return to Vancouver this October for one month but the exact dates have yet to be released. 

Check out their website for more information. 

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Take kiteboarding lessons with Aerial Kiteboarding in Squamish 

If you want to try something new together, Aerial Kiteboarding offers kiteboarding lessons in Squamish. The company will still be open until November but their lessons stop for the winter season on September 30. They offer a four hour crash course which is perfect for beginners to the sport, but they have lessons for all levels of experience. Aerial Kiteboarding also offers wakeboarding lessons and paddleboard rentals. 

Check out their website for more information. 

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Visit a pumpkin patch

This quintessential fall date is always a cute one. There are several pumpkin patches throughout the Lower Mainland and the province so its easy to find one that is convienient for you. Popular ones include Aldor AcresMaan Farms, Krause Berry Farms and Estate Winery and Richmond Country Farms.

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Go apple picking at Taves Family Farms Applebarn

You can wander through an apple orchard and pick fresh apples for a cute fall date that also doesn't cost much. Taves is home to the Applebarn, where you can pick a variety of apples in a picturesque setting. The farm has several attractions to satisfy the fall lover in you, such as a pumpkin patch, hayrides, a Corn Quest Maze, tire swings, barn animals at Farmville and more. They even have a sunflower field! Taves Family Farms Applebarn is located in Abbotsford, around a one hour drive from Vancouver.

Check out their website for more information. 

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Watch the Cirque du Soleil show Corteo in Vancouver 

This famed blue and yellow tent is coming back to Vancouver with a show that has yet to grace the city. Get ready for mindblowing acrobatics and stunts from Cirque du Soleil. The group is bringing their show Corteo across North America this fall and stopping in Vancouver in October. Corteo will be performed at the Pacific Coliseum from October 10 to 14. You can already buy tickets online and they start from $47.85. 

Check out their website for more information. 

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Visit Glow Harvest in Langley

Glow brought a indoor light display in BC to the Greater Vancouver area this past Christmas and now they are giving Vancouverites an autumn themed version. This fall a huge fall indoor fall festival, complete with fall themed light displays, an indoor pumpkin patch, a corn maze and more, is coming to Vancouver. So many of your fave fall festivities and more all in one place. The all new fall festival will be at Milner Village Garden Centre in Langley and run from September 27 until October 31. You can already buy tickets online.

Check out their website for more information. 

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Do a fall hike in BC 

Before hiking season is over and the city turns back into Raincouver, go on a hike and experience the beauty of the province in fall! Plus you'll have a more secluded escape into nature as opposed to hiking in the prime of summer. There are a ton of BC hikes that are still accessible during the fall season. 

Check out this article for a list of fall hikes in BC. 

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