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Ontario Map Will Show You When Leaves Change Colour & Where To See The Most Stunning Views

Fall is finally here and that means pumpkin patches, sweater weather and of course, fall colours taking over Ontario's leaves are all ready to enjoy.

Ontario's fall season is filled with beauty, and the changing colour of the leaves is a rite of passage for the season as the forests shift from green to hues of gold, orange, yellow and red.

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Ontario Parks has a Fall Colour map that will help you find the most stunning views of Ontario's fall forests this year when they are in peak shift or by colour. This pretty much guarantees you can have a spectacular view on your next fall hike, drive or visit to an Ontario park.

The map surveys dominant leaf colour, colour change and where the best views of fall colours are across Ontario.

Currently, Ontario is still looking pretty green, but as of September 6, the map says Algonquin is noticing a 0 to 9% colour change in leaves best viewed from the Highway 60 corridor.

As Ontario continues into autumn you can expect a whole lot more colour and potential Insta backdrops to signal the fall 2021 season.

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