Burnished copper, golden yellow, pumpkin orange, candy apple red: the infinite colours of autumn make fall a favourite time of year for many locals and visitors in Richmond.
From Garry Point Park and Terra Nova Rural Park to the Richmond Nature Park and Iona Beach Regional Park, there are dozens of delightful leaf-peeping hotspots here where you can pause, look up, and snap lovely fall-season photos.
Need inspiration? Check out the fall foliage images below. Then plan your own leaf-spotting day out—a great way to stretch your legs and take a few deep breaths in nature. And since Richmond is also a birding paradise, keep your eyes peeled for feathered locals while you’re out with your camera as well. If you feel a bit adventurous, follow the Richmond Delta Trail on the BC Bird Trail and discover an array of incredible bird species, such as the Blue Heron and Snow Geese!
Remember to practice physical distancing, and stay two meters away from people outside of your social bubble.
We’d love to see what you find. Share your favourite fall photos from the city on social media—using the hashtag #RichmondMoments—so we can all enjoy your colourful autumnal discoveries!