Where To See The Best Fall Foliage In Metro Vancouver

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Where To See The Best Fall Foliage In Metro Vancouver

Fall is among us and that means crisper air, falling leaves, pumpkin spiced lattes, and the 604 painted in vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows.

With the leaves already starting to change colour in some areas, it’s time to start planning where to visit over the next few weeks to soak up the beauty of this picturesque season.

Get out there and start leaf-peeping in these scenic spots.

Fall Foliage In Metro Vancouver

Stanley Park Seawall

Fall in Stanley Park

Photo: Onur Kurtic / Flickr

You can’t go the entire Fall season without at least one walk along the stunning seawall. In its peak season, the vibrantly coloured leaves will paint the seawall, making it even more magical than usual.

The Sylvia Hotel

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Photo: Sylvia Hotel/Facebook

The historic hotel is nestled in the West End, right by English Bay Beach. The hotel is covered in ivy, which changes colours in the Fall.

Kitsilano

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Photo: Jon Rawlinson/Flickr

Go for a drive or bike ride along the residential streets of Kits, and you’ll be in awe of all the Fall foliage there is to see.

Van Dusen Botanical Gardens

fall foliage metro vancouver

Photo: Wendy Cutler/Flickr

The botanical gardens are a beautiful sight any time of the year, but Fall may just be the best time to go. Marvel at the beautiful colours of Autumn as you make your way through.

Queen Elizabeth Park

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Photo: Wendy Cutler/Flickr

Arguably one of Vancouver’s most beautiful parks. With all of its trees and sweeping views of the city, you’re bound to get some Instagram-worthy shots of the season.

Pacific Spirit Park

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Photo: Joanne Probyn/Flickr

The lush forested area of Pacific Spirit Park is the perfect place to breathe in the crisp air and see some Fall foliage.

University of British Columbia

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Photo: Miss Corene/Flickr

UBC is the place to go to see Fall foliage in Vancouver. The fiery and striking colours can be found all over campus.

Deer Lake Park

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Photo: Kenny Louie/Flickr

Enjoy the fabulous and effervescent colours of Fall by visiting this peaceful sanctuary, nestled in Burnaby.

Minoru Park

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The gorgeous park in Richmond has tons of wildlife, ponds, and of course, lots of Fall foliage to take in.

Campbell Valley Park

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Photo: Andie Ursaki/Instagram

Visit one of Langley’s favourite parks for a walk through one of the many lush trails filled with all of Fall’s amazing shades.

Tynehead Regional Park

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Photo: Beekoole/instagram

Check out Surrey’s Tynehead Park during Fall for bright Autumn leaves along scenic trails by the Serpentine River.

Green Timbers Urban Forest

fall foliage in metro vancouver

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The Surrey park boasts 10-kms of nature trails to explore, and is one of the largest parks in the city. This is the place to go to see Fall foliage in action, don’t forget your camera.

Minnekhada Regional Park

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Photo: R Sawdon Photography/Flickr

A hidden gem in Coquitlam, the nature area along the Pitt River is a great spot to take in all the beauty of the season.

Trout Lake Park

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Photo: Mike Lan/Flickr

Go for a scenic walk in Trout Lake Park for brightly-coloured trees and leaves adorning the walkways.

Cultus Lake

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Photo: Lisa Nixon/Flickr

Find the stunning park just south of Chilliwack, where you will be amongst the most beautiful nature and surrounded by fall foliage.

Where’s your favourite place to capture Fall’s beauty in Metro Vancouver? Let us know in the comments below!

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