Even though summer is over and that itch to get out and explore may have dissipated that doesn't mean we have to give up on exploring! Fall is actually an amazing time to get out explore everything Quebec has to offer.\nREAD ALSO: This Scenic Train Ride Near Montreal Is The Perfect Way To See The Fall Colours\nThere's tons of amazing mountains, lakes and hiking trails all over Quebec that will offer stunning views of the gorgeous fall foliage that's about to come our way in the next couple weeks.\nExperts say mid-September until mid-October is the best time to go leaf-peeping in Quebec, so the time is almost here! Find your favourite hiking trail from this list of amazing fall hiking views!\n1 Hour From Montreal 🍂\n2 Hours From Montreal 🍂 🍂\n3 Hours From Montreal 🍂 🍂 🍂\n4 Hours From Montreal 🍂 🍂 🍂 🍂\nFor More Things To Do In Montreal, Check The Links Below:\nThis Montreal Restaurant Ranked "Most Beautiful In The World"\n\t\n\t\n\tThe "Canyon Path" Near Montreal That Will Blow Your Mind\n\t\n\t\n\tThe Insane Resort Near Montreal That Looks And Feels Like You’re In Florida\n\t\n\t\n\tYou Can Now Get "Pitch Black/Green Matcha" Swirl Ice Cream In Montreal\n\t\n\t\n\t13 "Short And Easy" Hikes With The Most Spectacular Views You Can Find Close To Montreal\n\t\n\t\n\tHere's The Ultimate "Craft Brewery Bucket List" For Montreal\n\t\n\t\n\tThis Is Montreal's Most Famous Dog\nFor Hiking Trails 1 Hour From Montreal, Click "NEXT"\nMont Orford\nDistance: 1 hour 20 mins\nDifficulty: 💪 💪\nLength: 1-4 hours\nWhy you should go: Hiking trails at Mont Orford range from super to easy to difficult depending on your skill level! You'll find paths past sparkling lakes, forest trails, and amazing view points at the top.\nMont St Bruno\nDistance: 33 mins\nDifficulty: 💪\nLength: 1-3 hours\nWhy you should go: Mont St Bruno offers tons of forest trails giving you up-close views of the fall colours! There's also tons of animal species here giving you the opportunity to spot some wildlife.\nMont Saint Sauveur\nDistance: 1 hour\nDifficulty: 💪\nLength: 1-4 hours\nWhy you should go: This stunning area is an amazing ski hill in the winter, a fun water park in the summer, and a beautiful hiking area in the fall! You'll spot tons of stunning foliage on your way up the mountain.\nMont Owls Head\nDistance: 1 hour 32 mins\nDifficulty: 💪💪💪\nLength: 3-4 hours\nWhy you should go: The hiking trail at Mont Owls Head is a 12 km round trip hike with stunning views! Once you get to the top you get a beautiful view of the lake below surrounded by all the bright fall foliage!\nFor Hikes 2 Hours From Montreal, Click "NEXT"\nMont Tremblant\nDistance: 1 hour 48 mins\nDifficulty: 💪 💪\nLength: 30 mins - 3 hours\nWhy you should go: Hiking trails here range from super easy to much more difficult depending on what you're looking for! You'll get to hike through the stunning Laurentian mountains and get some seriously amazing views from the top.\nLa Mauricie National Park\nDistance: 2 hours 9 mins\nDifficulty: 💪 💪\nLength: 30 mins - 7 hours\nWhy you should go: There's so many hiking trails available at this National park it's almost overwhelming! This gives you so many choices to choose from depending on how long and how difficult you want your hike to be. Most hikes go around the numerous lakes in the park and all of them lead to stunning view points at the top!\nParc Regional Des Sept Chutes\nDistance: 1 hour 52 mins\nvia @natjreidini\nDifficulty: 💪 💪\nLength: 2-5 hours\nWhy you should go: This was definitely my favourite hiking spot from last fall! All the trees were dotted with different coloured reds, yellows and oranges with greens mixed in! It was so stunning. All the trails lead up to the top with amazing views of the leaves below you.\nParc de la Gorge de Coaticook\nDistance: 1 hour 51 mins\nDifficulty: 💪\nLength: 1-4 hours\nWhy you should go: This stunning hike takes you over Quebec's longest suspension bridge, past hidden caves and through forest trails! There's tons of trails to choose from but you can do them all in one day if you feel like it!\nFor Hikes 3 Hours From Montreal, Click "NEXT"\nVallée Bras-du-Nord\nDistance: 2 hours 45 mins\nvia @valleebrasdunord\nvia @valleebrasdunord\nDifficulty: 💪 💪 💪\nLength: 2-13 hours\nWhy you should go: There's more than 80 km worth of hiking trails here and they really range in length and difficulty giving you tons of options. They'll take you over bridged pathways, past shimmering lakes, by rocky bluffs and to the top of mountainous hills!\nGatineau Park\nDistance: 2 hours 50 mins\nvia @gatineaupark\nvia @gatineaupark\nDifficulty: 💪\nLength: 1-3 hours\nWhy you should go: The hiking trails are relatively easy but offer super stunning views! If you want a longer hike the trails will take you to the top of the hill where you'll get stunning views of the fall foliage below you.\nMont Megantic National Park\nDistance: 2 hours 30 mins\nDifficulty: 💪 💪 💪\nLength: 1.5-8 hours\nWhy you should go: There are tons of easy hiking trails in this park, but if you want the best views you're going to have to take the more difficult ones to the top. But don't worry, you'll get an amazing reward once you get there! With panoramic views of the gorgeous foliage, you definitely won't regret it.\nFor Hiking Trails 4 Hours From Montreal, Click "NEXT"\nBic National Park:\nDistance: 5 hours 4 mins\nvia @dantyartphotography\nvia @amazing_world97\nDifficulty: 💪💪\nLength: 30 mins - 3 hours\nWhy you should go: This stunning park is located right on the coast giving stunning views of Quebec's amazing coast line! What more could you ask for here?\nGrands-Jardins National Park\nDistance: 4 hours 25 mins\nDifficulty: 💪 💪\nLength: 1-5 hours\nWhy you should go: You'll find so many different landscapes here from tundra to lush forests to rocky mountainous cliffs! It's all there and available to you at different difficulty levels from beginner to expert.\nParc National des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Riviere-Malbaie\nDistance: 4 hours 56 mins\nDifficulty: 💪 💪\nLength: 15 mins - 6 hours\nWhy you should go: This awesome park has stunning views of the expansive gorge below! You can get these views from the top with just a 15 min hike or you can take a longer trek around the entire park in 6 hours!