6 Incredible Canadian Road Trips to Take This Fall

Fall is a magical time for a road trip in Canada. The crisp air, the change of colors, and the anticipation of winter, all create an incredible feeling that’s impossible to resist.

A great way to experience fall in Canada is on a road trip. Autumn happens in every part of Canada, so no matter where you are, there’s sure to be a gorgeous drive nearby.

Sea to Sky Highway (Vancouver to Whistler)

The Sea to Sky Highway passes right below the dome, so from the top of the hike, you get stunning views of the winding highway along the coast.

A great place to see some of Canada’s best wildlife, with over 50 species of mammals in the area, including bears, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, and elk.

Icefields Parkway (Banff to Jasper)

Algonquin Highway Corridor

It’s one of the best places in Canada to go canoeing, with over 990 miles of canoe routes that follow lakes, streams, and portage trails.

Algonquin Park offers some of the most remarkable fall color experiences in Canada. The best way to view Algonquin's autumn colors is by hiking, bicycle, canoe, and of course, driving.

During the fall, it becomes even more spectacular, as the leaves of old-growth trees turn into an incredible color palette ranging from a fiery red and crimson to golden-yellow.

Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia

Viking Trail, Newfoundland

Fjords, mountains, tablelands, forests, cliffs, and coastal views are just some of the landscapes you can see in Gros Morne.

Trans Canada Highway

Spanning over 7800 kilometres from Victoria, British Columbia to St. John’s, Newfoundland, the world’s longest national highway is the dream Canadian road trip.

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