The Fall Foliage In These Quebec Regions Is Already Peaking & Here's Where To See It (MAP)

The Montreal leaves are finally starting to fall to the ground, as they change from green to beautiful hues of red, orange and yellow. But in other parts of Quebec, the fall foliage is already near its peak.

Bonjour Québec's handy map of fall foliage shows us exactly when different Quebec regions have the most colourful fall foliage — ranked from "beginning soon" to "near peak" to "end." You can use this map to plan a picturesque fall road trip or hike.

According to the map's latest update on October 7, the following sites in these Quebec regions currently have fall foliage that's either nearing its peak or already peaking:

Abitibi-TĂ©miscamingue

  • Parc national d'Aiguebelle
  • Site historique T.E. Draper - Chantier GĂ©dĂ©on

The Laurentians

  • Parc rĂ©gional Montagne du Diable
  • Parc national du Mont-Tremblant
  • Parc de la rivière Doncaster

Lanaudière

  • Parc rĂ©gional de la ForĂŞt Ouareau
  • Parc rĂ©gional de la Chute-Ă -Bull
  • Parc des Chutes Dorwin

Outaouais

  • Parc de la Gatineau
  • Parc des Montagnes Noires de Ripon

Eastern Townships

  • Parc d'environnement naturel de Sutton
  • Parc national du Mont-Orford
  • Parc rĂ©gional du Mont Ham

Centre-du-Québec

  • Parc du Mont Arthabaska

Agglomération de Québec

  • Parc naturel rĂ©gional de Portneuf
  • Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier
  • Station touristique Mont Sainte-Anne

Chaudière-Appalaches

  • Parc rĂ©gional du Massif du Sud
  • Route des navigateurs

Charlevoix

  • RĂ©seau de Sentiers de la MRC de Charlevoix
  • Site rĂ©gional de la montagne de la Croix de Clermont

Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean

  • Sentier pĂ©destre du Lac-KĂ©nogami
  • Parc national des Monts-Valin
  • Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay

Gaspésie

  • Parc RĂ©gional de Val-d'Irène
  • Parc national de la GaspĂ©sie
  • Parc national Forillon

Keep an eye on the map because it will be updated again on October 14 and a number of spots near Montreal are currently at their "mid-point," just one level down from nearing their peak.

You can view the fall foliage map here.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.