I recently learned an interesting piece of counter-intuitive information about the fall season which confirms some long-held suspicions I've had about autumn.\nREAD ALSO: 6 Crazy Frustrating Fall Struggles Only Canadians Can Relate To\nDr. Natasha Turner reported for The Weather Network that "testosterone increases" during the fall, as a result, so does our sex drive. Oh la la.\nNo wonder fall has always been considered such a "romantic" season.\nThis isn't just some anecdotal idea that we've socially constructed; there is a deep biological urge at play, pushing us to either stay together, "makeup," or "break up" during the fall months.\nSo – whether you're fanning a new flame or stoking a burning fire, fall is the time to get out there and spend some quality time with your S/O. Here are some of the best mini road trips and activities around Montreal that will make fall 2018 the most romantic of all.\n1. Check out Foresta Lumina for a romantic and magical light show\nWhere: Coaticook, Quebec Distance from Montreal: 1 hour\nView this post on Instagram Lumos 🌟#forestalumina A post shared by Nikki Marcolefas (@nikki_marco) on Oct 2, 2015 at 5:45pm PDT\nForesta Lumina is a beautiful light show in the town of Coaticook, right near Sherbrooke. "Foresta Lumina," takes you along the 2km path of lights and will transport you to another world completely. The show is equipped with sensational lighting, sound-tingling music, all the while being enveloped in a magical force. Tickets are only $16.09 for adults.\n2. Roadtrip to the most magical Quebec town that boasts the brightest foliage\nWhere: Stanstead, Quebec Distance from Montreal: 1.5 hour\nVia beauxvillages\nA quick drive to see this picturesque town when all the leaves have turned a deep crimson, yellow, and orange sound absolutely delightful to me. Besides seeing a beautiful town, you can also smell and see the famous Bleu Lavande lavender fields. You can also go biking, golf, or take a beautiful walk through the town.\n3. Check out "Dead North" the legendary annual haunted corn maze in Vermont\nWhere: Vermont Corn Maze // North Danville, VermontDistance from Montreal: 2.5 hour\nVia facebook\nAlthough this might not seem romantic on the surface, some couples out there might appreciate alternative ways of bonding. It's not so different than going to see a scary movie on a date. This super scary Great North Corn Maze will be open for 4 nights leading up to Halloween, October 6th, October 7th, October 13th, and October 14th. Get your tickets now!\n4. Check out Mont Sutton's fall festival happening every weekend!\nWhere: Mont Sutton, Quebec Distance from Montreal: 1 hour\nView this post on Instagram 🤘🏼 A post shared by Cedric Richard (@cedrichard) on Sep 16, 2018 at 12:42pm PDT\nThe recurring fall event is taking place from September 15th to October 14th, every Saturday and Sunday. The Mont Sutton festival features a full itinerary for each weekend, with so many activities you won't know which ones to do first! Or you can just enjoy the beauty of the mountain and the fall colours.\n5. Take a mini road trip to the most scenic "treetop trail"\nWhere: The Wilds Center // Tupper Lake, NYDistance from Montreal: 2.5 hours\nView this post on Instagram #WildCenterWednesday: @wildcenter here one last time. We hope you enjoyed our Wednesday takeover this summer with Adirondack Life. If you didn't get a chance to come see us this summer, fall is a magical time of year here in Tupper Lake - especially on Wild Walk. Beside leaf peeping on our treetop walkway, we're offering fall canoe trips with naturalists and Forest Bathing (among others). Visit our profile to stay up-to-date on all the fall fun happenings. Until then - be well! 👋🍁🍂 A post shared by Adirondack Life Magazine (@adirondacklifemagazine) on Aug 29, 2018 at 11:22am PDT\nThe "Wild Walk" was created by Wild Center, a not-for-profit organization that offers visitors the chance to explore the Adirondacks from a whole new perspective. The trail is elevated 30 feet above ground level and offers the most spectacular views of the stunning Adirondack mountains.\n6. Check out the ultimate "autumn amusement park" every weekend in the Laurentians\nWhere: Sommet Saint-Sauveur Distance from Montreal: 1 hour\n@sommet_saint_sauveurembedded via\nThis unique fall festival called F.U.N Fest will be open at Sommet Saint-Sauveur for most of the fall. Festivities include scenic chairlift rides, amusement park rides, beer tasting, and more all under the scenery of the beautiful Laurentians. The festival is open every weekend until October 28 so you might want to start planning for your dream autumn mini-vacation before it's too late.