Best Vancouver Bike Rides to Enjoy the Fall Colours

Biking in past fall leaves in Vancouver's Kitislano neighbourhood

Biking near Kits Beach. Photo credit: Tourism Vancouver / Hubert Kang

Each autumn, Vancouver’s tree-lined streets explode into yellows, golds, and reds. Why not enjoy it by bike? There are plenty of great fall photo ops as you cruise along quiet bike paths. If the weather gets too chilly, stop for a pumpkin spice latte break.

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Best Vancouver Bike Rides to Enjoy the Fall Colours

7 Gorgeous Vancouver Hikes for Fall Colours

Hiking amongst larches at Frosty Mountain in Manning Provincial Park

Hiking at Frosty Mountain in Manning Provincial Park. Photo credit: HappiestOutdoors.ca

Have you heard the Albert Camus quote: “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower”? Despite the chilly weather, fall is a great time to hike to experience the explosion of colour that this ‘second spring’ brings. Here are seven gorgeous Vancouver area hikes for fall colours.

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7 Gorgeous Vancouver Hikes for Fall Colours

Best Displays of Fall Foliage in Vancouver

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Image courtesy of TOTORORO.RORO | Inside Vancouver Flickr Pool

As temperatures have been steadily dropping these past few weeks, it’s definitely no secret that autumn has arrived in Vancouver. Crisp afternoons are highlighted by walking through crunchy leaves while wearing a scarf and sipping on a Pumpkin Spice Latte.

Fall in Vancouver is a spectacular time to take a tour around town to explore some of the huge trees that are slowly changing colours from summer’s greens to bright reds, oranges, and yellows.

If you’re looking for some of the best displays of fall foliage in Vancouver (perhaps for an Instagram photo shoot…), check out some of these great locations for fall leaves in Vancouver:

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Best Displays of Fall Foliage in Vancouver

Vancouver’s Fall Foliage Treats

Fall Foliage at English Bay beach in Vancouver's West End

Photo: John Lee

The following article was contributed by Vancouver travel writer and Lonely Planet author John Lee (@johnleewriter)

Burnished copper, pumpkin-orange, deep candy apple red: the seemingly infinite colours of autumn under cloudless blue skies make fall the fave time of year for many Vancouverites. In fact, along with spring’s cherry blossom season, this is the only time you’ll routinely see the locals reaching for their cameras. Continue reading:
Vancouver’s Fall Foliage Treats