For the past two weeks, nothing makes me happier then opening the front door to see our two pumpkins in the front hall. Fall is my absolute favourite season! One of the greatest perks of living on the East coast is the beautiful assortment of colours we get to witness every year. So this year, I'm driving away from the big smoke to visit the below destinations to witness the beautiful and crisp fall foliage.
High Park, Toronto
This park screams Sunday morning stroll with a hot cuppa coffee and good conversation. You can't get any closer to downtown and it's the ideal destination when you're limited on time.
Glamping in Sudbury, Ontario
Recently, I was surprised with an upcoming trip for a weekend away glamping in a yurt in Sudbury. The yurt faces the lake and comes with all the furnishings, even a fireplace! How cozy! Imagine canoeing with some wine, a good friend and witnessing the changing leaves...
Eastern Townships, Quebec
My favourite spot in the world primarily because my family has owned our cottage here for my entire life. Even though the skiing is spectacular and the summers resemble a Canadian version of Cape Cod, the fall is truly breathtaking. A 5 hour trip using the VIA or a 3 hour trip with Porter, this is a must see destination for anyone looking for a little RnR and culture.
Looking for a quick weekend getaway from the city to recharge? Collingwood is only a mere two hours away and offers endless activities for any type of personality. My bucket list goal is to check out the suspension bridge and be completely surrounded with orange, red and yellow leaves.
Cheltenham Badlands, Caledon
This unique geographical landscape has been on my to-do list for a long time. The rock formations prove to be a dramatic topographical spot for any locals.