Fall Colors

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The Fall colors observation are updated every Thursday (from September to November).

Did you know that over 50% of Quebec's maple trees can be found in the Chaudiere-Appalaches region? Fall offers the prettiest contrasts and the most beautiful colors, come enjoy it in Chaudière-Appalaches! 

Fall colors Observation

Color legend

 
Early
 
Mid-Point to Near Peak
 
Peak
 
Past Peak

2015 Observation 

SectorsSeptember 10, 2015September 17, 2015September 24, 2015October 1st, 2015October 8, 2015October 15, 2015October 22, 2015October 29, 2015
St.Lawrence coastline

Early

(5%)

Early
(10%) 

Early
(20%) 

 Mid-point
(40%)

Peak (75%) 

Peak 

50% of colored leaves on the ground 

 
The Appalachians (regional parks area)

Early
(10%) 

 Early
(15%)

Near peak
(60%) 

Peak
(80%) 

 Peak (90%)

 Peak (100%)

 Ended

 
The Appalachians

Early 

(5%)

 Early
(10 %)

Early
(20%) 

Mid-point
(40%) 

 Peak (80%)

 Peak

 50% of colored leaves on the ground

 

2014 Observation 

SectorsSeptember 4, 2014September 11, 2014September 17, 2014September 25, 2014October 2, 2014October 9, 2014October 16, 2014
St.Lawrence coastline

Early
(5 %) 

Early

(10%)

Early
(15%) 

Mid-point
(40%) 

 Near peak
(80%)

Peak

(100%) 

Past peak 

The Appalachians (regional parks area)

 Early
(15 %)

Early
(20%) 

 Mid-point
(30%)

Peak
(80%) 

Past peak

Past peak 

 Ended

The Appalachians

Early
(5 %) 

Early 

(10%)

 Early
(15 %)

Mid-point
(50%) 

Peak
(80%) 

Past peak 

Ended 

Fall activities and observation sites of the Fall colors:

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