Find Your Fall Adventure Here

In Ontario's Highlands, fall invites you to come and explore some of our wild spaces and savour every last drop of fall's brilliance. Finding the best spots to see the colours is a challenge that most of us are happy to accept, as we squeeze in the last hikes, bike rides and meanders before the cooler weather hits.

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Fall Colours
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Illustrated map of Ontario's Highlands region

Your Next Ontario's Highlands Adventure is Closer Than You Think

Ontario's Highlands is 2.5 hours east of Toronto and a half an hour west of Ottawa, encompassing the Ottawa Valley, Lanark County, Frontenac County, Hastings County, Lennox & Addington and Haliburton Highlands.

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Top Spots for Fall Colours in Ontario's Highlands

Cherish the last few weeks of warm weather with a road trip to one of these best spots to view fall colours in Ontario’s Highlands.

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Meet the locals of Ontario’s Highlands

It is the people of Ontario's Highlands - their faces, stories and experiences - that create the backbone of this region and make us stand apart from the rest. We invite you to meet the interesting, friendly, and colourful people who live and wander here, and get an insider's perspective on the hidden gems in Ontario's Highlands.

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Fall Shopping Bliss in Lanark County

I’ll be honest, fall is one of my favourite seasons, and a time of year that makes me think of home baking, long walks in the woods, and fuzzy sweaters.

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Wander Sustainably

Wander Sustainably means supporting our natural environment and local communities. It means supporting diversity and inclusivity, giving back to the land and people, reducing our impact and making the region sustainable for years to come.

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Get Inspired by Other Wanderers

The tourism region called “Ontario’s Highlands” is on traditional Algonquin territory and is acknowledged by Indigenous Peoples as unceded. To the southeast, Ontario’s Highlands is also on Mohawk territory. To the west/southwest, Ontario’s Highlands is on Ojibwe territory. We are grateful that Indigenous Peoples have been stewards of this land and beyond from time immemorial. We are called to treat this land, its waterways, plants, animals, stories and its Peoples, with honour and respect. All my relations.