One must-do activity in the fall is to go for a hike and take in all the colourful fall foliage. Not only is hiking affordable, but you can also enjoy the fresh air outdoors before the temperature really starts to drop. From coast to coast, we have some incredible fall hiking trails in Canada that provide out-of-this-world views of fall landscapes.

Once the leaves begin to change from green to ruby and gold, it's the perfect time to put on a cozy sweater and go on a fall hike. You'll want to keep your camera ready to snap a few photos along the journey. To help you plan your next autumn adventure, here are 11 perfect fall hikes you must do in Canada.

Paradise Meadows Trail

Price: From $10 per person if you camp

Address: Strathcona Provincial Park, British Columbia

Why You Need To Go: The easy boardwalk trail takes approximately 45 minutes to do.


Moraine Lake Shoreline Trail

Price: $9.80 per person

Address: Banff National Park, Improvement District No. 9, Alberta

Why You Need To Go: This super easy hike will give you picture-perfect views of Lake Louise.


Dundas Peak Trail

Price: $5 per person

Address: Harvest Rd, Dundas, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: You can follow an easy loop trail that will lead you past a waterfall before taking you to a breathtaking lookout point.


Cabot Trail

Price: $7.80 per person

Address: Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia

Why You Need To Go: Everyone needs to see the world-famous Cabot Trail, and it's extra stunning in the fall!


Top Of The World Trail

Price: $12 per vehicle

Address: Whiteshell Provincial Park, Hwy 1, Manitoba

Why You Need To Go: The four-kilometre hike will bring you to a fantastic lookout where you can enjoy views of the surrounding forest and Falcon Lake.


Corner Brook Stream Trail

Price: Free

Address: Corner Brook Stream Trail Network, Newfoundland

Why You Need To Go: It's a beautiful walk that will take you past a waterfall.


Lookout & Bruce Trails

Price: Free

Address: Beamer Memorial Conservation Area, 28 Quarry Rd, Grimsby, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: Here, you can enjoy some of the best panoramic views in the Niagara area.

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Confederation Trail

Price: Free

Address: Confederation Trail, Prince Edward Island

Why You Need To Go: This massive trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail and crosses the island!


Anglin Lake Trails

Price: $10 per vehicle

Address: Great Blue Heron Provincial Park, Saskatchewan

Why You Need To Go: This peaceful hiking trail will lead you to spectacular views of the lakes and colourful fall leaves.


King Mountain Trail

Price: Free

Address: Gatineau Park, 33 Chemin Scott, Chelsea, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: From the cliff lookout, you can enjoy magnificent views of the fall landscape.

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Mount Carleton Trail

Price: $10 per vehicle

Address: Mount Carleton Provincial Park, 7612 Route 385, Saint-Quentin, New Brunswick

Why You Need To Go: The all-day hike will take you to the highest point in New Brunswick where you can enjoy spectacular views.


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