Thu. Dec 1st, 2022

Vancouver [GVA] is one of the largest metropolises in Canada. It is full of things to do, places to see and areas to enjoy. Here are the top five attractions you should visit this fall.

By | Karolina Baricevac 

Autumn is such a magical time of year, specifically in Vancouver, as the weather cools down, and the leaves change colour.

It forms an extremely picturesque landscape anywhere you might be visiting. One area in Vancouver that is scenic all year round, but truly lights up in the fall is Stanley Park.

Photo from Daily Hive

Follow the amazing paved trails that overlook the Pacific Ocean; walk, blade, or ride your bike around the impressive sea wall, and experience the beauty of this area while breathing in the crisp, salty – cedar air.

Nitobe Memorial garden is another beautiful hot spot to visit at this time of year. The abundant Japanese Maples glow against the greenery that frames the area. Located near UBC, just outside of Vancouver, this garden is an amazing spot to enjoy that Sunday walk.

Another great autumn activity, is experiencing all the outdoor pop up markets in Vancouver. You can find these fall markets by searching for ones near you on Google.

For instance, Heritage Hall is hosting an autumn market from October 2nd – 23rd, at 3102 Main St and the hours are 11am to 5pm.

Furthermore, sown in between Granville Island’s bustling shops, you will find stunning maple trees shining orange, yellow, and red around this time of year. The ambience of the area will make you feel as if you are on a movie set.

Deer Lake in Autumn

Last but no least, Deer Lake in Burnaby, is an enchanting spot to visit in the autumn. Not only is the natural environment mesmerizing with the array of colours each fall, but the area hosts numerous additional activities.

These activities include things such as haunted house tours at Burnaby Village Museum, as well as paddleboarding, or canoeing on the lake. 

Evidently, Vancouver is a very seasonal city that provides many attractions for people to experience even in the Fall.

We are extremely blessed to live in such a place. 

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