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11 Oct

Where To See Autumn Colours in Vancouver

As we’re now in the midst of Fall, the weather is crisp and cool, the leaves are changing colour and falling to the ground. You may want to stay indoors wrapped up in a cozy blanket, but then you’ll miss out on all the beauty Vancouver’s Autumn season has to offer.

For the perfect autumn aesthetic, we recommend visiting the following locations – we promise you won’t be disappointed!

Stanley Park’s Seawall

Find a bench in Stanley Park, sit back and enjoy the rich foliage around you.



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Sea to Sky Gondola

Cross the suspension bridge while marveling at the Fall trees.



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False Creek

Hop on an Aquabus and spot the changing leaves as you float around the creek.



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Granville Island

As you explore Granville Island and shop at the market, make sure to look up to the Autumn trees.



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Capilano Suspension Bridge

Enjoy the Fall vibes as you cross the thrilling suspension bridge and hop from one tree to to another on a treetop adventure.



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Sylvia Hotel

A city landmark and one of Vancouver’s greatest treasures, the foliage around the hotel changes to a crisp orange and red, just in time for Fall.



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Robson Street

While your strolling along Robson Street, look up at the trees for some beautiful Autumn colours.



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Coal Harbour

Right on the water’s edge, this charming business and residential neighbourhood has a number of Autumn trees to marvel at during the Fall season.



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Queen Elizabeth Park

This 130-acre park has gorgeous gardens featuring both deciduous and evergreen trees and when the colors start changing, it’s even more spectacular.



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Cambridge Street

Witness bright red leaves on this dreamy street in East Vancouver.



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