This $20 Train Ride Will Take You Past Stunning Views Of The Fall Colours In Ontario
The ultimate leaf peeping experience!
I don't know about you guys but I'm still in denial that summer is ending. It's already September and in just a few short weeks the leaves will start changing colours and we'll be in full-fledged fall mode!
I know I'm not the only one who's literally obsessed with fall, I mean what's not to love? You've got cozy sweater weather, pumpkin spice everything, halloween, and of course the stunning landscapes of red, orange and yellow leaves changing colour.
An easy way to see these stunning fall colours is obviously by taking a hike through your nearest park, but if you're looking for something more scenic you should consider hopping on the York-Durham Heritage Railway train this season.
The York-Durham Heritage Railway has special trips during the fall season that are dedicated to showing you the best views of the leaves changing colour in the area! Their fall colours train rides run on Saturdays and Sundays from October 6th until October 14th this season.
Their Saturday trips run between Uxbridge and Goodwood stations making a round trip and their Sunday trips run between Uxbridge and Stouffville stations making one way trips. The cost of this unique fall activity is super cheap as well, with their Saturday trains running for $20 and Sunday for $27!
Their 1950's style trains offer a unique experience for a date or with the whole family! Each train is equipped with a snack bar, a souvenir stand, big windows for the best views of the fall colours and so much more.
Ontario is home to some of the most impressive leaf peeping landscapes in the country and taking this 1.5 hour train ride through one of the most scenic areas is the perfect way to experience it up close and personal! Plus, Uxbridge is just a short 1 hour drive from Toronto.
Tickets for their fall train rides sell out pretty quickly so head to their website ASAP to secure your tickets!