1 The Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia; cabottrail.com. there are perhaps more colours here than anywhere else in Canada: a picturesque canopy of dramatic reds and oranges, bright yellows and brilliant greens. 2 Symphony of Colours Festival, Quebec; tremblant.ca. the Laurentian mountainside is known for its fall foliage, and the festival offers activities, such as gondola rides and concerts, for guests coming to see the fiery spectacle. 3 Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario; brucetrail.org. Hop out of the car for an autumnal hike on the park’s Burnt Point Loop trail. Check out the annual Hiking Festival (pbtc.ca/ festival) when locals offer guided walks. 4 Jasper National Park, Alberta; travelalberta.com. take in the stunning contrast of the vibrant yellow foliage of the subalpine larch and aspen trees with the magically turquoise lakes.