The changing of the colours during the Fall season in Algonquin Park is such a great and marvelous spectacle that is music for the eyes. There are two peaks in the colours, the first one is when the maple canopies turn red and then the leaves fall and the yellow ones show their beauty.
Highway 60 is a sure place to look at the marvel of nature, though it gets tricky with so many drivers passing by at high speeds.
From Toronto is just over two hours to get there. Before entering the park there are two great places to enjoy the reflections on still waters so watch out for what catches your eye and imagination.
As pictures paint a thousand words, there is no need to describe this beauty. Just enjoy the first peak when red is the preferred colour!
Canoeing and staying in the different wood cabin lodges is one of the greatest pleasures for Torontonians, Ontarians and Canadians alike.