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Catch The Colours, Here’s Where To Go To See Ottawa’s Best Fall Vistas

What better way to enjoy the beautiful colours of fall and crisp autumn afternoons than a walk amongst the trees? Here are 4 of the best places to soak in the beautiful autumn scenery in and around Ottawa before the weather turns cold.

Calabogie: Manitou Mountain

Eagles Nest lookout is a truly stunnin sight. Locaated in the trails of Calabogie, you can access this lookout from a shorter trail if you aren’t in the mood for a long hike. At the end of the day you can head over to the brewery for a well-deserved refresher.

 

Photo by Calabogie Brewery

Gatineau Park

There is a reason this park makes most lists – the views are spectacular. With trails for hikers and bikers alike, there is something for everyone. The Pink Lake trail is a great trail for all levels of hikers and is a beautiful spot to sit and relax. Despite its name, this lake is actually a stunning shade of green.

 

Photo by Christopher Austin

Dominion Arboretum

The Arboretum is home to 2,000 different varieties of shrubs and trees, making it a must see for stunning fall colours. You can catch the beautiful views by land or by water. Rent a canoe or Kayak from Dow’s lake Pavillion for a peaceful afternoon while you take in the scenery.

 

Rock Dunder Nature Reserve

About an hour and a half outside of Ottawa, this reserve has several trails to walk which includes serene lake views, georgous lookouts and a quaint cabin trail.

 

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