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

Humber Valley, N.L.



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Humber Valley, N.L.
Stretching 70 kilometres along the banks of the Humber River, autumn colours are simply stunning from the Bay of Islands all the way to the other end of the valley at Deer Lake. For a tranquil experience, take in the intense shades from a canoe or get your adrenaline going by flying over the scenic basin via zip line. And after a full day of leaf peeping, you can escape to one of the high-end chalets that now fill the valley.

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