I know to some of you I might be the bearer of bad news, but fall is definitely coming and it's coming quick people. We all might be in denial but it's almost the end of August! This means that school will be starting, our summer vacations are over, and the weather's about to cool right down.\nThat may sound unappealing to most of you, but fall really is amazing! Instead of getting in a slump over how summer's ending just think about how all the great things about fall are starting. Like warm, cozy sweater weather, cups of tea on a rainy, crisp Autumn morning, apple picking at the local orchard, and the gorgeous colours that are about to envelope the city.\nIt's not all bad guys! If you're looking to make the most of this fall season you should check out some of these amazing road trips for a nice weekend getaway from the city.\n1. Lake Champlain, New York\nAn amazing capture by a woman who truly has inspired me since I joined IG @lyricalsoul09 Congrats Donna, your amazing photo has been featured on the hub @vtpixels Photos Selection: @samtrombinophotography 05.15.16 Re-posts are always appreciated???✌️ #vermont #getoutside #thisisvt #vt #inspireme #amazing #justgoshoot #sunset #lakechamplain Thank you for inspiring us and for tagging #vtpixels Member: @hubdirectoryA photo posted by VTpixels #VTpixels (@vtpixels) on May 15, 2016 at 6:07pm PDT\nDistance From Montreal: 1 hour 25 minutes\nThis gorgeous location is located just across the border from Montreal and is perfect for a fall trip. When the weather cools down and the colours of the trees turn from luscious green to crisp red, orange and yellows you should pack your bags and head down to this lakeside location. Rent a cottage or stay in a cute bed and breakfast nearby! It borders Vermont and New York so the choice is yours.\n2. Trou de la Fée\nExplorer une ancienne centrale hydroélectrique dans des tunnels futuristes. #fetedutravail#laborday#septembre#september#troudelafee#desbiens#lac#lake#lacsaintjean#lakesaintjean#tunnel#usine#hydro#water#eau#explore#discoverquebec#discovery#decouverte#qc#quebec#weekend#roadtrip#riviere#tourisme#tourism#parc#park#saguenayA photo posted by Clement (@clems180) on Sep 17, 2015 at 8:08pm PDT\nDistance From Montreal: 4 hours 56 minutes\nThis super cool park/cave is located in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region and it's the perfect weekend road trip this fall. If you haven't been already, trust me you need to go! This park has some amazing suspension bridges, hiking trails, and so much more! Just picture standing on this gorgeous bridge surrounded by the colourful fall trees, looks perfect doesn't it?\n3. Quebec City\nje me souviens.A photo posted by b o r a (@bora.vs.bora) on Jul 18, 2016 at 5:34am PDT\nDistance From Montreal: 2 hours 51 minutes\nA clear choice for a road trip close to Montreal. Quebec City is both a romantic and a fun destination if you're looking to get away for a weekend. Fall is the perfect time to do this. It's not cold enough yet that you can't enjoy walking the streets of the Old City or admiring Quebec City's famous Chateau Frontenac with all the fall colours surrounding it!\n4. Rocher Percé\nRocher Percé - Percé Rock, Gulf of Saint Lawrence, tip of the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec, Canada. #gaspe #rocherpercé #rocherperce #rocher #gaspé #acadia #saintlawrence #quebec #percé #gulf #atlantic #canada #explorecanada #seascapes #imagesofcanada #VisitCanadaA photo posted by Baburek (@baburekk) on Jul 27, 2016 at 1:52pm PDT\nDistance From Montreal: 10 hours 31 minutes\nPercé Rock is one of the prettiest destinations in Quebec. It's a giant rock formation in the middle of the Gulf of the Saint Lawrence River located in the Gaspé Peninsula. This area is cool in the fall, which makes it a cozy destination for a scenic weekend getaway. It may be a little farther than you might have hoped but it will be a gorgeous fall drive so it's totally worth it.\n5. Lac Saint-Jean\nThese clouds #lacstjean #clouds #landscapeA photo posted by G. Plantin (@g.plantin) on Aug 16, 2016 at 5:35am PDT\nDistance From Montreal: 4 hours 40 minutes\nA gorgeous lake for a weekend getaway right here in Quebec. Located in the Laurentian Highlands it's the perfect nature escape from the city. In the fall this lake turns into a crisp, autumn oasis and you'll definitely want to take your time exploring this place!\n6. Grand-Jardins National Park\nRainfall in the back?#throwback #hikingquebec #ontheedge #randonneequebec #hiking #nature #montagne #mountains #outdooradventurephotos #adventure #ontheedgeadventures #nomademag #womenwhohike #wearehikers #outdoors #radgirlslife #sheexplores #welove_mountain #sepaq #grandsjardins #charlevoix #parcnationaldesgrandsjardins #parcnational #baiestpaul #quebec #canada #rainfallA photo posted by On the Edge (@ontheedgehiking) on Mar 14, 2016 at 10:43am PDT\nDistance From Montreal: 4 hours 24 minutes\nThis is one of the most amazing National Parks Quebec has to offer and in the fall, there's so much gorgeous nature to see! I recommend packing a tent, some warm clothing, and a weekend's worth of rations and camp out in this scenic destination. You'll be surrounded by the amazing foliage, all sorts of wildlife, and perfect fall weather!\n7. Verger Gibouleau Orchard\nNo tree, it is said, can grow to heaven unless its roots reached down to hell! ???A photo posted by Svet ?? 僵尸 (@expedgoldilox) on Sep 19, 2015 at 7:32pm PDT\nDistance From Montreal: 44 minutes\nThis cute apple orchard is located super close to Montreal in Laval, Quebec! This destination is best for a day trip and you can pick as many apples as your heart desires. They also have apple donuts which look delicious or you can try their crisp apple cider. Lucky for all you fall lovers, apple picking season is starting next week in Quebec!!\n8. Magog, Quebec\n#cantonsdelest Qué ganas de vivir el otoño!!! Voy a empezar a hacer seguimiento de la coloración. En un plis empieza la explosión colorada!A photo posted by ArcesyAlces (@nuriampascual) on Aug 17, 2016 at 6:25am PDT\nDistance From Montreal: 1 hour 22 minutes\nThis gorgeous Quebec location is super close to Montreal! There's an amazing lake in this cute little town, perfect to spend a nice weekend getaway from the city or a short day trip. The fall colours here are so bright and crisp you won't be disappointed!\n9. Niagra Falls\nSans mot, l'un des plus beaux endroits que j'ai vu ! #cylaaucanadaA photo posted by ? Cess ? (@nycyla) on Aug 16, 2016 at 3:00pm PDT\nDistance From Montreal: 6 hours 19 minutes\nIf you haven't been to this classic Canadian location yet, you definitely should this fall. Niagra Falls is the largest waterfall in the world and is shared between Canada and the U.S. It's gorgeous in summer, winter but especially fall when the weather is crisp and perfect and the trees are gorgeous colours! Spend your weekend getaway at this amazing destination.\n10. Matapedia Valley\nFall at the cottage. #restigouche #restigoucheriver #matapedia #quebec #newbrunswick #nouveaubrunswick #canada #fallA photo posted by Eric Fortin (@e_fortin_) on Oct 18, 2015 at 9:53am PDT\nDistance From Montreal: 7 hours 19 minutes\nThis weekend road trip is perfect for fall. In Matapedia Valley there's so many amazing, natural sites like rivers, lakes perfect for cottaging and camping! They have classic churches, cute streets with bed and breakfasts to stay in, and adorable covered bridges. There's an unlimited amount to discover here!\n11. Mount Orford National Park\nTag someone you would fly over Quebec's Orford with in the fall! Picture by @taylormichaelburk. #mtlblog #montreal #mtl #quebecA photo posted by MTLBlog (@mtlblog) on Oct 21, 2015 at 4:22am PDT\nDistance From Montreal: 1 hour 21 minutes\nLocated right beside Magog, Quebec, Mount Orford National Park is an amazing destination. It has gorgeous lakes, rivers and amazing fall foliage to enjoy! You can enjoy this area in the fall before it becomes bustling with skiiers in the winter.\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.