It’s that time of year again. As much as we don’t want to admit it, summer is over and fall has arrived. But that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. This season is what pumpkin spiced lattes were made for. Plus, everything this time of year looks so magical. Thankfully, we know the perfect places to see the best fall leaves in B.C. Happy fall, ya'll. 

One of the best things about fall is the colourful scenery that comes along with it. Every tree goes through a beautiful change that causes a range of yellow, orange, and brown leaves. 

Before they start falling to the ground, we strongly recommend getting out there and seeing them. Thankfully, B.C. is known for having a diverse environment with tons of trees. 

From now until the beginning of November, these gorgeous leaves will be making appearances everywhere and we know the perfect places to see them. 

So grab some friends, a camera, and hit the road. We can't wait to see all about it on your Instagram. 

Stanley Park 

With 3.5 km of trail, you will weave in, out, and around all the changing leaves. The vegetation is lush in some places so it might be the perfect spot for a fall photo shoot.

Nelson 

Nelson is the epicenter of nature. Surrounded by thick foliage, the leaves are something to marvel. If you’re driving there, consider yourself lucky.  Just don't get distracted looking around!

Kelowna

Sitting in the valley of the Okanagan, Kelowna is surrounded by tons of trees. While not all for them will change colour, it leaves a unique view of green, orange, and yellow trees. 

Highway 3

Road trip anyone? Highway 3 is super colourful this time of year. This highway runs all the way from Calgary to Vancouver so the opportunities are endless. And with a view like that, the drive won't even feel like a task. 

Cariboo Region

If you’re looking for a little adventure, head up north. This vast landscape has some gorgeous trees that are busting with changing leaves. 

There you have it. The best places to see all the gorgeous leaves around B.C. Hopefully this list allows you to make the most of this season while you still can.


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