Autumn in Niagara
A coat of many colours covers The Niagara Peninsula during Autumn. It's a great time to hike on The Bruce Trail or Balls Falls...or just go driving along the many country roads off the main highway.
Trees in Vineland, Fonthill, Pelham, and trees in all the towns and villages in the Peninsula burst forth with a mix of colours by mid-October. The landscape rolling through Niagara-on-the-Lake, Niagara Falls and right up to Fort Erie becomes speckled with every shade of red, yellow and brown, covering the Peninsula with the bright tapestry of autumn. It's time for a picture!
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