October 5, 2012 | By Jody Robbins, MSN Travel
10 top places for leaf peeping in Canada

The trees in Canada come alive with colour every fall.



Magnificent maples and copper beech trees come to life in Butchart Gardens’ Japanese Garden. (© Butchart Gardens)
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  • Magnificent maples and copper beech trees come to life in Butchart Gardens’ Japanese Garden. (© Butchart Gardens)
  • Mist rises off the protected waterways of Canada's oldest provincial park. (© Ontario Parks)
  • Mosey through the mountains of Jasper National Park. (© Tourism Jasper)
  • Cruising The Rock is a quintessential Maritimes experience. (© Go Western Newfoundland)
  • Golden light bathes the historic homes and stately trees in Heritage City. (© Kootenay Rockies Tourism)
  • Fairmont Le Château Frontenac sits regally in the heart of old Quebec. (© Antoine Couturier)
  • The island's tip-to-tip trail welcomes bikers of all abilities. (© Tourism John Sylvester/PEI)
  • Wide open prairie skies provide the perfect backdrop for brilliant yellow leaves. (© Douglas E. Walker)
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Each autumn Canadians are rewarded for living in this heavily forested country, with a brilliant spectrum of autumn leaves. Viewing the blazing fall foliage is free, making leaf peeping an activity you can't afford to miss. So don't let foliage fanatics have all the fun. Get out in the invigorating autumn air and experience some intense colour at one of these vibrant destinations.

* Video: New England in all its fall foliage splendour

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