These gorgeous photos of fall foliage are bound to have you packing up the car for a Nova Scotia road trip this fall! But don't go without your camera. We want you to share your favourite fall photos with us! Post them to our Facebook wall. And be sure to tag #NSLEAFWATCH (along with #VisitNovaScotia) on Instagram for a chance to be featured by our @VisitNovaScotia account. Most importantly, don't forget to tell us where you captured your best shots.
Happy Leaf Watching everyone!
Thanks to all our past contributors for these amazing shots!
Something, something...road less traveled. Sometimes we just have to let the photo speak for itself. On the dirt road in Meat Cove, Cape Breton. Tag someone you would take on this road less traveled. || Featured Photo via @jenmarietren #visitnovascotia More about Meat Cove from the link in our profile.
Can you spot the moose? Cape Breton can be described as nothing other than wild. The rolling hills edge the North Atlantic, the terrain is rugged and the wildlife is abundant. This was a spiritual moment that will quite likely never occur in my life ever again. We were completely alone in the wilderness watching the sunset on the Skyline Trail, which is often quite busy with tourists, when a bull moose came out of the trees and walked along the iconic ridge towards the winding Cabot Trail road which is seen in the distance. A moment that will never be forgotten. #VisitNovaScotia #NSLEAFWATCH #CapeBreton #CabotTrail #Moose #NeverStopExploring #GreatNorthCollective
Mary Ann Falls, Cape Breton Highlands National Park
Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley
Six Mile Lake
Admiral Lake Loop Trail promised rugged terrain, strenuous climbs, and panoramic views. Boy, did it deliver! This photo was taken from Skull Rock, the first of five look offs along the 5.5 km trail. Nothing but forest and fall colours as far as the eye can see. The Trans Canada Trail is visible on the ground below, and seeing this look off from down there is a bit intimidating!