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Oct 11, 2013

Autumn Roads in Ontario

Autumn Roads - near Markdale ON

An autumn road trip is always fun and southern Ontario has no end of beautiful roads to explore.

Autumn Mosaic - Kimberley ON

Those parts of the province with rolling terrain often provide more interesting vistas. The Beaver Valley near Markdale is a good example. And, in addition to the winding roads, the Bruce Trail (in the Old Baldy Conservation Area) gives spectacular views of the town of Kimberley. See Autumn Mosaic.

Hockley Tree

The Hockley Valley near Orangeville also has its share of winding autumn roads. For the best views (and no irritating tailgaters), explore some of the gravel roads off the main highway. And while you are in the area, take Airport Road north for some magnificent views across rolling countryside.

The Forks of the Credit road, near Belfountain, is an experience any time of the year but comes alive with colour (and traffic) during the first weeks of October.

If you have another favourite autumn road in Ontario, please share and add a comment.

Cedar Creek Trees  - near Cambridge ON

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