fall colours toronto

17 spectacular photos of fall colours in Toronto

Fall colours have peaked in Toronto, and over the coming weeks we will be left with heaps of leaves to sweep from our lawns and gardens. But what a magnificent show it has been. You'll still find some bright foliage at places like High Park and the Don Valley, but the best of the season has already been snapped by the city's intrepid photographers.

Have a look bellow at how beautiful Toronto is in the fall.

fall colours toronto

Photo of the fall skyline by Chris Kim

fall colours toronto

Photo of the Scarborough Bluffs by Cyclonic Niloy

fall colours toronto

Photo near Dundas Peak by Jarrett

fall colours toronto

Photo of early leaf fall by Bruce Christie

fall colours toronto

Photo of tall trees by Cyrill Leung

fall colours toronto

Photo of the Don Valley by kotsy

fall colours toronto

Photo of the DVP by David Dang

fall colours toronto

Photo of an early morning canoe ride by Michael Mitchener

fall colours toronto

Photo of Highland Creek by ossington

fall colours toronto

Photo of the Superior Court of Canada by A Great Capture

fall colours toronto

Photo of Sherwood Park by imuhar

fall colours toronto

Photo of fall train tracks by Cyclonic Nilloy

fall colours toronto

Photo of Centennial College by Kayo Pereira

fall colours toronto

Photo of Dundas Peak by Nicoli OZ Matthews

fall colours toronto

Photo of High Park by Benson Kua

fall colours toronto

Photo of the Rouge Valley by ossington

Lead photo of the Don Valley Brick Works by elsquirrel.


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