Fall Colour Report
See the detailed fall foliage report below, plus links on how to plan a visit to Algonquin Park.
|Current Status Category:||TREES BARE|
Algonquin Park's fall colour has concluded for the 2012 season.
This year's fall colour peak was September 30. During the past 35+ years, the earliest peak recorded was September 15, 1982 and the latest October 9, 1996. The average peak of the Sugar Maple canopy in the western portion of the Highway 60 Corridor is September 27. Learn more about the history of Algonquin's fall colour peak. Algonquin Park's fall colour change occurs earlier than most other locations in south-central Ontario because of the Park's higher elevation and shorter growing season.
The peak fall colour (and its duration) is subject to numerous environmental variables such as daylight length, moisture, temperature, frost, wind, heavy rain, etc., so the exact peak of fall colour is difficult to determine in advance.
|Percentage of Colour Change:||100%|
|Percentage of Leaf Fall:||90 - 100%|
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Plan Your Visit
- Directions to Algonquin Park
- Fees and Permits
- Highway 60 Corridor
- Fall in Algonquin Park
- Plan Your Visit
- Events Calendar