The countdown to Halloween has pretty much already begun. Yes, it's still currently summer, but most of us just can't wait for the beautiful fall foliage, pumpkin spice lattes and of course, amazing autumn activities!\nREAD ALSO: Montreal's Bota Bota Is Hosting The Incredible "Cine-Spa" Experience That You Definitely Don't Want To Miss\nAlthough not too many fall-themed events have begun just yet, we can begin to anticipate them. One of the most popular things to do during the months approaching Halloween? You guessed it, pumpkin-related events. Whether it's pumpkin picking, pumpkin eating, or pumpkin fests, we seriously can't have enough!\nThat's why it's such a relief to hear that the coolest pumpkin lantern festival near Montreal is about to begin in just a few weeks.\nView this post on Instagram That's a whole lot of pumpkins. #pumpkinferno #uppercanadavillage #halloween A post shared by mcdenoble (@mcdenoble) on Oct 3, 2016 at 10:00am PDT\nPumpkinferno (which for the record, is the coolest festival name ever), is all about the most extravagant and incredible pumpkin carvings and displays you'll ever be able to see. Witness life-like, glowing pumpkins that'll put your homemade jack-o-lanterns to shame.\nView this post on Instagram Dia de los Muertos con calabaza A post shared by Mathieu Jarry (@mathieujarryphoto) on Nov 1, 2017 at 10:30am PDT\nView this post on Instagram #pumpkinferno is absolutely incredible! It’s worth the drive to @uppercanadavill #halloween #pumpkinferno2017 #pumpkincarving #pumpkinart @sebdestroyer A post shared by Veronica Page (@vernpage) on Oct 29, 2017 at 5:16pm PDT\nThe award-winning festival takes place in Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg, Ontario. Not to worry though, the drive is only an hour and a half away.\nOnce you're at the festival you'll be greeted by over 7,000 handcrafted pumpkins lit across a kilometer long path that takes you through a historical-turn-spooky 19th century village.\n@a_nicolettaembedded via\nThe Pumpkinferno fest begins on September 29 and runs almost every night until October 28. This is definitely one of the first autumn events you'll want to go to before Halloween begins, so you might as well start preparing for the festive month right now!\nFor more information on Pumpkinferno and to plan your visit, click HERE.