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15 Places To See Fall Foliage In Metro Vancouver

Fall in Stanley Park

Photo: Onur Kurtic / Flickr

With each season brings its own beauty—but nothing beats the rich reds and vibrant hues of orange that symbolize Fall has arrived in Vancouver.

Check out some of the most beautiful spots around the city to capture the stunning season in all of its glory.

Stanley Park

Fall in Stanley Park
Photo: Onur Kurtic / Flickr

Obviously—Vancouver’s most popular park is the prime locale to go looking for leaves.

Burnaby Lake

Walk around the lake in Burnaby to catch a glimpse of vibrant Fall colours.

Van Dusen Botanical Gardens

Photo: mybulldog/Flickr
Photo: mybulldog/Flickr

The beautiful gardens transforms into an Autumn paradise. Be sure to take a stroll through it sometime this Fall.

Queen Elizabeth Park

Fall in Queen Elizabeth Park
Photo: Lisa Nixon

The park is filled with gorgeous greenery that gets sprinkled with the warm colours of Autumn.

University of British Columbia

Photo: Eugene Kim/Flickr
Photo: Eugene Kim/Flickr

The university has plenty of beautiful spots around campus to savour the season and get some Instagram-worthy shots.


The neighbourhood streets of Kits get painted with red and orange leaves making it a sight to see for residents and visitors.

Sunset Beach Park

If you thought this area was just for the Summer—you thought wrong. Check out the park and enjoy the colourful leaves along the pathways.

Pacific Spirit Park

Photo: Joanne Probyn/Flickr
Photo: Joanne Probyn/Flickr

Take a stroll through one of the many trails in this beautiful park, it’s an easy trail walk suitable for Fall weather!

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Lighthouse Park

Add a little hike through Lighthouse Park in West Vancouver to your Fall bucket list.

WhyteCliff Park

Photo: megggill/Instagram
Photo: megggill/Instagram

If it’s a clear day, visit the West Vancouver park and climb across the rocks. It’s a beautiful spot to soak in the scenery.

Richmond Dyke

The Richmond dyke takes you on a scenic gravel trail along the water. The many trees along the way will decorate the path with red and orange.


Fall in Steveston
photo: Mark Faviell / Flickr

Take a stroll along the Fisherman’s Wharf during Fall. Nothing beats the slightly chilly weather, crisp air, and you will likely see some Fall foliage at Garry Point Park.

Minnekhada Park

Photo: alextheturtle/Instagram
Photo: alextheturtle/Instagram

This park is a hidden gem in Coquitlam with lots of trails to explore that are surrounded by striking trees and nature every step of the way.

Tynehead Park

Immerse yourself in the great outdoors at this park in Surrey with meadows of scenery by the Serpentine River.

Campbell Valley Park

The popular park in Langley is the perfect place to scope out some gorgeous Fall colours, bring your camera!

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