Check out some of Vancouver’s best places for Fall foliage and serene scenery to take the best selfie—or just photos of yourself taken by your “Instagram Husband”.
Selfie Spots In Vancouver This Fall
Stanley Park Seawall
A stroll along the Stanley Park Seawall is a must during every season. But with the crisp air and vibrant pop of colour, Fall is the perfect time to soak up all the beauty.
Stomp on crunchy leaves, climb rocks and take in the picturesque views overlooking Howe Sound at this stunning spot.
Head to Kits to this popular photo-op. It’s a great place to show off your Fall fashion, the foliage and some artwork.
Vancouver Public Library Rooftop
The newly opened rooftop at the Vancouver Public Library is your newest selfie destination. With amazing views of the city, you have to check it out.
Nothing says Fall like shopping at the Granville Island Market and wandering through the cobblestone streets exploring all it has to offer.
With gorgeous waterfront views and a lighthouse—this is the perfect place to catch a sunset (and get some good lighting for photos).
The quaint Deep Cove is a cozy place to spend a day in Autumn. Plus, you can grab a honey doughnut afterwards.
Kitsilano Beach Park
It’s not too cold for the beach. Walk along the shoreline and then jump in a pile of leaves at the park while enjoying your surroundings.
Queen Elizabeth Park
With so many lush trees all around, this park has a lot to offer. See all the changing colours of Fall and get some incredible views overlooking the city.
Any Pumpkin Patch
It wouldn’t be Fall if you didn’t go to a pumpkin patch and document it. This is the most classic photo of yourself you can get.
For more things Fall in Vancouver, check out these 19 places that prove Autumn in BC is like nowhere else in the world.