It seems like only yesterday the first tree in the neighbourhood turned bright orange, but with the temperatures steadily getting chillier and the white stuff having made an appearance already, it’s time we face facts – fall is ending. For many, fall is their favourite season, even trumping their love for the summer months. With pumpkin spiced lattes, beautiful autumnal colours, and crisp weather being plentiful, fall makes for the perfect backdrop for any photo and a great excuse to spend some time outdoors. We perused Instagram to see how fall in Brampton, Whitby, and Kleinburg looked through your eyes. Here are some of the highlights from Heber Down and Lynde Shores conservation area in Whitby, Heart Lake and Claireville conservation area in Brampton, and Kleinburg.
It’s hard to believe, but it’s prime time we accept the truth. The truth being that it’s October. Crazy, right? Doesn’t it seem like just yesterday we were planning the perfect summer BBQ? Fall was inevitable, so it’s best we choose to embrace it rather than deny its arrival. The best way to welcome fall is to find and do all the fun fall activities. Thankfully there’s lots to do in and around Whitby this autumn. Whether it’s taking a fall hike through Heber Down Conservation Area or pumpkin picking to get into the Halloween spirit, getting outside will warm you up to the season. To get things started, here are some places to go pumpkin picking near Whitby.
While summer provides hot days at the beach, and winter, a great chance to hit the slopes, fall is simply just beautiful. As the season changes, as do the breathtaking colours that surround us. Brampton is a great place to find amazing fall colours. Whether it’s at Heart Lake Conservation Area, downtown, or on one of the many trails, the city of Brampton will get you that fall photo you so desperately want. No Instagram grid, or Facebook album between the months of September and November is complete without capturing those orange and crimson hues of autumn. Here’s a look at the season in Brampton through your eyes!
Something happened on September 21st – summer officially ended and fall began. The change is in the air and we can hardly wait for the streets to be decorated with dancing leaves. Surely many are sad to see this change occur, and wish summer could last forever. But we’re here to remind you why autumn is great. The colours, the milder weather, and the great fall events. Here’s some of the highlights coming to the area this fall!