Fall is one of the best times to go exploring. The French author Albert Camus is credited for saying, “Autumn is the second spring when every leaf turns into a flower.” According to the National Wildlife Federation’s website, the color of a tree’s autumnal leaf is determined by its pigment. For instance, anthocyanins, commonly found in tree species like oaks, dogwoods, and certain maples, tend to turn leaves red or brown in color.
For those looking to experience the second spring in Canada, here are six parks to consider exploring.
Canada has more than 40 national parks and each of these parks is bound to awe you during this fall. The above mentioned six are however without a doubt some of the most glorious national parks in the world and will definitely be worth your time this fall.
According to its website, as a steward of Canada’s national parks, Parks Canada has a legal obligation to maintain or improve ecological integrity while providing benefit and enjoyment for present and future generations of Canadians. Nature’s Packaging is committed to sustainably managed forests for harvesting and for recreational enjoyment.