Don Valley Fall

This is what the Don Valley looks like at the peak of fall

Toronto might be at its prettiest right now as we reach the peak of fall, and few places can compete with the Don Valley for the sheer majesty of autumn colours than the Don Valley. The ravine walls feature a dazzling array of foliage punctuated by the occasional maple tree set ablaze in red. A haven for mountain bikers and hikers, it's one of the Toronto explorer's ultimate gems.

Check out what the Don Valley looks like lit up with colour this fall.


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