Posts Tagged ‘Autumn in Montréal’


Fall colours in Québec during Autumn (BonjourQuébec.com)

Fall colours in Québec during Autumn (BonjourQuébec.com)

Canada is known for its spectacular display of colours during the fall / autumn season. Just outside my window I can see a wonderful display of red, orange and green leaves. But if you’re here today, where’s the best place to go to see the colours?


Bonjour Québec, the tourist authority offers a handy guide: the fall foliage report.

According to the report, the best place to go around Montréal at the time of writing is: Lanaudière.

Other regions close by are: The Eastern Townships and the Laurentides

What are your experiences of fall’s colours in Québec?


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Is it snowing yet in the cold Canadian climate. Well, no! It’s approaching the end of September and the weather is still really nice here.

The mornings are quite cold, and the evenings are cool, but during the day it’s pleasantly warm. If the sun is out and the sky is blue, which is often the case, the temperature is around 25°c. There is very little wind.

In the evening as the sun goes down the sky is often lit up with beautiful shades of blue, mauve and purple. A wonderful sight.

We’re just waiting now for the snow. It’s due to arrive in December and will stay until around March/April time.

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