The green of Quebec trees turns to yellow, orange or bright red, there is no doubt autumn
There is no ‘bad’ place for fall foliage in Quebec. Anywhere you are within the province
during the fall months is going to guarantee you some of the most breathtaking fall
scenery you’ve ever experienced – whether it be by car, bike or on foot.
Autumn, that transitional season running from September to November, is heralded by an
explosion of colours, aromas and flavours. As September draws to a close, the forests
draw on their fiery cloaks, dazzling one and all with their brilliant reds, yellows and
Thick forest cover and distinct seasonal changes make Quebec an ideal setting for the
types of deciduous trees that produce wonderful fall foliage. Fall colors are typically at
their peaks in early to mid October for much of Quebec, late October for areas further
south and early November for the warmer areas of the region such as Montreal.
Michelle d'Eze, V.P Senior Producer
International Productions Support Services
For more information via Email: Michelle d'Eze Producer