7 Of The Most Mesmerizing Spots In & Around Montreal To Explore This Fall

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7 Of The Most Mesmerizing Spots In & Around Montreal To Explore This Fall

Fall is by far the most photogenic season of the year. From the colourful foliage to the fabulous layered outfits we get to put together, everything about this season is simply beautiful. And, that's exactly why we sought out some of the most mesmerizing Montreal spots to explore this fall.

Fall has a lot of allure throughout both our city and province and certain spots are simply designed for a social media photoshoot. 

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From gorgeous parks to epic views, there is truly a lot to be seen during this season in Montreal and its surrounding areas. 

And of course, who can forget apple and pumpkin picking? They're the most fall-inspired activities you can find.

So put on your favourite plaid shirt, grab a pumpkin spice latte, and head on over to one of the many spots that are found in and around our area.

you'll not only have a great day of fun but you'll also get the most stunning social media content that will have you gazing at your feed all throughout the cold winter months.

Westmount Lookout

Where: Summit Circle

Located at the top of Westmount, this lookout will provide you with not only gorgeous views of our city but with beautiful fall colours that will keep you falling in love with fall.


La Ferme Quinn

Where: 2495, blvd. Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot, QC

From apple picking to pumpkin picking, La Ferme Quinn has got all of your fall activities covered.

And, by strolling through the property, you'll not be able to deny the charming and photogenic spots that you're surrounded by.


Centre De Nature 

Where: 901, ave. du Parc, Laval, QC

Situated in the 450, this park is one of the most phenomenal spots you'll find.

From the lush nature to the stunning views, everything about this place simply screams photoshoot!


Beaver Lake

We all know how fabulous Beaver Lake is at any time of the year. But, during the months of fall, the leaves reflect on the water making it truly spectacular.

Mont-Royal Cemetary

Where: 1297, rue Foret, Outremont, QC

The Mount-Royal Cemetary is not only a spooky place to visit during the months of fall but it also happens to be quite beautiful.

If you're looking for a unique spot to explore in the city, this is it.


Botanical Garden

Where: 4101, rue Sherbrooke E., Montreal, QC

The Botanical Garden is stunning and anyone who has gone during the months of fall knows how picturesque it truly is.

And, for those of you who have been living in Montreal and have never gone during fall, it's time to go check it out!


Morgan Arboretum

Where: 150, rue Pine, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC

Located in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, this stunning park will provide you with some epic fall views and a ton of peace and serenity.


Happy exploring.

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