Autumn is here, and with every new season comes many new activities. And we all know that fall is the most basic of them all. Fall is short in Vancouver — sometimes it feels like it comes as quickly as it goes, so now is the time to take advantage of all the season has to offer.\nSo make the most of this season because it only comes once a year (and not for very long at that). From Halloween to Thanksgiving to pumpkin everything, fall is one of a kind.\nWe've brought you the ultimate Vancouver bucket list for you to experience fall to the fullest in the city. Happy autumn Vancouverites!\nOctober 🎃\nHello Halloween.\nNovember 🍂\nFall's almost gone.\nFor things to do in October, click "Next"\nOctober\nvia @jillian.harris\n1. Visit this sunflower field in Vancouver\nBrighten up the fall day by walking through a beautiful sunflower field. Your Insta will also thank you. Visit Aldor Acres Family Farm for a day filled with sunflowers, pumpkin patches and other fall festivities.\nvia @groundsyvr\n2. Eat Pumpkin Cinnamon Buns at Grounds For Coffee\nEat a delicious fall twist on this beloved treat. Grounds For Coffee is serving limited edition Pumpkin Cinnamon Buns from October 6 to 9.\nvia @harvesthaus\n3. Celebrate Oktoberfest at Harvest Haus\nGet in the Oktoberfest spirit and prost to this iconic German event. Harvest Haus is one of the many events happening for Oktoberfest 2017 in Vancouver.\nvia @simonemariamaria\n4. Finish this bucket list of fall hikes in BC\nWhile the weather is still relatively warm and sunny, experience beautiful BC through one of the many hikes the province has to offer.\nvia @barbarasegatto\n5. Visit This Hidden Caribbean Blue Water Paradise near Vancouver\nLocated just three hours from Vancouver on the way to Kelowna, is Kentucky Alleyne Provincial Park. This park boasts some of the bluest waters in B.C., reminiscent of Caribbean blue.\nvia @jaipee\n6. Experience the fall foliage of B.C.\nYou can really see the beautiful effect of fall throughout the province. Explore the golden colours of this season. Check out this list for some of the prettiest places to see the fall leaves.\nvia @nikkiiholdcroft\n7. Visit a pumpkin patch\nEvery basic girl needs to visit a pumpkin patch at least once during the fall. It's an obligatory fall activity!\nvia @neenerbeener24\n8. Visit a corn maze\nWander through the corn maze at Chilliwack Corn Maze and take a ton of Insta pics. Afterwards, visit the pumpkin patch — a perfect fall day.\nvia @rhaiamorim\n9. Celebrate Halloween\nI don't think I need to convince you on why you need to celebrate Halloween — it's an obvi must. There are tons of events and parties throughout Vancouver to get you in the Halloween spirit.\nvia @pne_playland\n10. Fright Nights at PNE\nGet into the Halloween spirit at this annual spooky event filled with haunted houses and rides. Fright Nights is back at the PNE from October 6 to 31.\nvia @kones_sammunch\n11. Vancouver International Film Festival\nThe VIFF is back this month! So take a break from Netflix dates and enjoy a film festival date while admiring some cinematic talent.\nvia @smartypantzru1\n12. Hospital of Horrors VR Experience\nWant to get into the spooky spirit of October? Check out this brand new Halloween themed VR game that is coming to Vancouver.\nvia @iiiwhs_84iii\n13. Halloween Costume Ball at Science World\nWant a more sophisticated Halloween experience? Science World is hosting a Halloween costume ball for the 11th year this October! Check out the event here.\nFor things to do in November, click "Next".\nNovember\nvia @carebear1979\n14. Experience a Himalayan Salt Cave Sessions at Saltwonder\nEscape the cold in a salt cave that is believed to have the healing properties of halotherapy. No need to splurge — there's a Groupon right now costing $24 for 45-minute session.\nvia @nicolasvddonckt\n15. Visit a hot spring\nWarm up in a beautiful hot spring. If you're looking to save money, visit an undeveloped one for free. Many developed ones are very affordable though, such as Halcyon Hot Springs which only charges $13 for pool access.\nvia @tourismkelowna\n16. Go on the Coolest Fall Road Trip From Vancouver To Kelowna\nGo for a weekend getaway and switch to wine o'clock. Experience the beauty of the Okanagan in the fall.\n17. Rent a Beautiful Cottages For Just $25, $50, or $100 In BC\nChannel those fall vibes and rent out a beautiful, cozy cottage for cheap. BC has so many diverse properties to offer.\nvia @jackymchui\n18. Visit Sasamat Lake\nWhile many B.C. lakes become frozen during the colder months, Sasamat Lake is an all season lake that is beautiful all year round.\nvia @karlatobar82\n19. Finish The Ultimate Couple's Instagram Bucket List In Vancouver\nGrab your Insta boyfriend or girlfriend and conquer this list. No boyfriend necessary — just finish it with your other half (whether it's your bf or bff).\nvia @__rayuela__\n20. Go on this ultimate Vancouver scavenger hunt\nLooking for new things to do in the city? Shake up your routine and discover some of the more hidden spots in Vancouver.\nvia @monkeyeatsworld\n21. Finish this Ultimate Bucket List Of Fall Foods\nEat your way through the season with hearty, delicious comfort food. Experience the foods of fall.