Well it's official, today is the first day of Fall.
But don't get too depressed, we still have plenty of things to look forward to.
Like being able to wear jackets again, sleeping without a fan on, Halloween, pumpkin spiced everything, and call me crazy, but I really enjoy NOT sweating.
But the most noticeable change is obviously the foliage.
And no one knows foliage like The Weather Network.
They posted a guide that shows you all the best spots in Canada to admire the changing leaves, so naturally we had to map it out.
Here are the best places to see fall colors:
Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland & Labrador
Signal Hill, Newfoundland & Labrador
The Confederation Trail, Prince Edward Island
Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia
Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia
The Fundy Trail, New Brunswick
Sugarloaf Provincial Park, New Brunswick
Eastern Townships, Quebec
Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario
Mount Nemo, Ontario
Whiteshell Provincial Park, Manitoba
Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan
The Qu'Appelle Drive, Saskatchewan
Elk Island National Park, Alberta
Stanley Park, British Columbia
Tofino, British Columbia