Visit Quebec in Fall
Canada is a great choice for a vacation year-round, but Canada in the fall is a special experience worthy of a lengthy stay.
Many travelers make the journey to see the leaves change in Canada, but some travelers might wonder about where the best places to stop are.
Even tourists with little knowledge of Canada know that the maple leaf is the country's symbol, and a tour of Canada during the fall will give them a chance to see why. Although all of the country is beautiful, most vacations will center around Eastern Canada, especially the province of Quebec.
A journey into the Laurentian Mountains will provide travelers will sensory overload as they take in the amazing colors of the region. Hiking to a vantage point to overlook a sea of red, yellow, orange and brown will be an experience most are not likely to forget. Travelers can then continue on to the resort town of Mont-Tremblant.
From there, travelers who want to see even more should continue on to Saint Paulin, where they'll have the opportunity to try canoeing, kayaking, horseback riding and mountain biking through Canada's forests.