It is time to wear your flannel and get outside. There is no need to miss out on all the best foliage views, just because you aren't outdoorsy. To help you out, here are our top picks of fall beginner hikes in B.C. that will give you all the views.
Chances are you've been scrolling through Instagram lately and been left breathless by all the seasonal photos. But there is no need to suffer aching legs after hours of walking to see leaves in ruby and gold.
From the mountain viewpoint, you'll get to see a "u" shaped road and orange trees that pop in contrast to the turquoise water.
The gorgeous architecture contrasted against the colourful branches makes it nearly impossible to take a bad photograph. The journey is so simple; you won't even spill your coffee.
Address: Seton Lake, Lillooet, BC
Why You Need To Go: It minutes you can reach a lookout over Seton Lake and a winding section of the Sea To Sky Highway.
Address: Golden Ears Provincial Park, Maple Ridge, BC
Why You Need To Go: Avoid the crowds and spend a peaceful day relaxing at a lake.
Address: Nanaimo D, BC
Why You Need To Go: The one hour hike will take you to a secret waterfall that many locals don't know about.
Address: Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park, Vernon, BC
Why You Need To Go: The short and sweet Rattlesnake Point Trail will take you a postcard-worthy look out of the water.
Address: Brohm Lake, Squamish, BC
Why You Need To Go: In two hours you can explore the gorgeous Tantalus View Trail and cross the floating boardwalk.
Address: Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park
Why You Need To Go: The short and popular forest hike will take you right up to turquoise waters.
Kimberly Nature Park
Address: St Marys Lake Rd., Kimberley, BC
Why You Need To Go: The Eimer's Lake Loop is under 2 kilometres long and will take you to bright yellow and rust coloured trees.
Address: Alexandra Bridge Provincial Park, Yale, BC
Why You Need To Go: The bridge is one of the best spots in the province to get your fall vibes.
Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.