One of the most beautiful things about fall are obviously the colours is has to offer. It is the ideal season for voyeurism, adventuring and capturing breathtaking photos. What is a better way to admire these tones than to take a road trip? There are over 90 towns you can explore in Ontario any time of the year but going on a journey during the fall will guarantee an unforgettable experience.\nvia @craig_wen\nFor example, Huntsville is a magnificent town to visit during the fall. It's about a 2 hour drive north of Toronto, situated in the Muskoka region, approximately 215 km north of the city and 130 km south of North Bay.\nhttps://www.instagram.com/p/BLdIQScD22f/?taken-by=craig_wen\nThis spectacular cottage county is truly magical. The variety of hiking trails, parks, lakefront views and hills surrounding this lovely area will leave you speechless.\nvia @undefined" class="lml-instagram-embed-2" />via @undefined\nvia @shaelyyn04\nvia @thandall_\nvia @belinda.tanuwijaya\nThe downtown core has plenty of colors to offer as well...\nvia @downtownhuntsville\nvia @elyce.navidad\nvia @allaontario\nThe ultimate spot to see in Huntsville is Arrowhead Provincial Park, that is located within town boundaries. It has a 15 km hiking trail that will take you on a colorful journey, including a trail that will lead you to a waterfall.\nvia @cynnnnn.x\nvia @remkevet\nvia @equinoxexposure\nYou can also watch a breathtaking sunset reflect off Peninsula Lake, while having a campfire.\nvia @b.a.d_captain\nvia @undefined\nAlgonquin Park isn't that far either, if you decide to turn your road trip into a weekend getaway.\nvia @guutoby\nOh and how could I forget the Fairy Vista Trail, that is definitely is one to explore.\nvia @lanecharlton\nHuntsville is an extremely colorful town in the heart of Muskoka. This magnificent cottage county is without doubt worth the road trip if you're looking to capture the vibrant and dramatic colors fall has to offer!