(NC) Fall is that special in-between season where the days can be warm, crisp, rainy or snowy as we enter winter – in fact, you might experience all four seasons in one day.
Here are some activities to check off as you soak up one of the most beautiful seasons in Canada: Enjoy a scenic drive: Looking for a last-minute day trip or an entire weekend getaway?
Fall is the perfect time to do so. Buckle up, sit front row, play some tunes, and take in the vibrant, multi-colored landscapes as they pass by.
There aren’t many places where you can experience the leaves turning bright yellow and red overnight, but Canada is one of them.
Squeeze in a cabin getaway: Make the most of your next weekend at the cabin. Grab a good book, a cup of apple cider and you’re all set. You’ll be covered no matter the weather with Mark’s wide selection of men’s and women’s flannel shirts – add a toque to your cart while you’re there to complete the ensemble.
The selection of men’s and women’s apparel and footwear at Mark’s keep you warmer, dryer, safer, and more comfortable.
Take a photo, it’ll last longer: Every year, mother nature puts on a breathtaking show of all the beautiful fall foliage. From British Columbia to Nova Scotia, and everywhere in-between, set some time aside for you and your camera to get swept away with the leaves in some of the most breathtaking locations the country has to offer.
Niagara-on-the-Lake. Extra popular with American and overseas tourists during the summer, you can enjoy some major deals if you visit during the winter.
Sign up for uncrowded winery tours, explore gorgeous snow-covered vineyards and take a short drive south to see the partially frozen falls.
If you can swing it, the region’s Icewine Festival is a must for trying this special treat Canada has become famous for.