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This Is Toronto's Most Beautiful Weekend Of The Year So Get Out There! (PHOTOS)

It's not just for leaf-peepers anymore

Pumpkin-spiced drinks and snacks aren’t the only treats out there this fall. Toronto's total colour change should have its own BBC documentary.

And with over 10 million trees peppered throughout the city, there are plenty of photo-ops to be had.

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Small overpasses like the one at Rosedale Ravine Lands Park offer a great foliage experience and are conveniently located along TTC routes.

There are colour explosions everywhere, down every little residential street.

High Park just strikes pose after pose, down every path and behind every railing; it knows its angles.

Whether you're taking pictures or just taking it in, get creative; don't just stand there, get down on the ground and look up at the sky through your new rose-coloured leaf-glasses.

Or you can just sit and remember that this city is built on land, and that Turtle Island is still a beautiful place to live.

Just look at this gorgeous freakin' leaf.

Get out there while you can because, as many a meme will tell you: Winter is coming.

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