Fall Season in Fernie, British Columbia

Fall colors overlooking Fernie from Mt Proctor

From September to November the Canadian Rocky Mountains surrounding Fernie transform into a spectacular display of Fall colors (view Fall Photo Gallery). Visitors to this picturesque town, known well as an alpine, snowcat and cross-country ski destination in winter, savor the unique atmosphere that Autumn brings.

Matheson Falls

Located 2 hours north of Kalispell, Montana, Fernie is just across the USA-Canada border. Fernie’s extensive trail system provides access to scenic nature walks, hiking and biking that is sure to offer many perfect moments and photo opportunities.  While those more inclined to golfing or fly fishing will undoubtedly satisfy their pursuit to hit the fairways or reel one in.

Fly fishing the Elk River

Fernie’s Historic Downtown is a must do with its cafes, cultural attractions, restaurants, heritage sites, shops and pubs.  As visitors find themselves easily conversing with locals, they’ll learn of the many things to do including visiting Fernie Brewing Company, relaxing at the spa or exploring the Heritage & Art Walking Tour.

Explore Fernie’s 25 Things to Do this Fall

Historic Downtown with a dusting of snow on Fernie Alpine Resort

For many it’s an ideal time of year to getaway. Traveling is easier than the busy summer months. There are no crowds to navigate. The heat of summer has dissipated. It is a time of year to relax and reconnect, to unwind and rejuvenate. See for yourself what visitors to Fernie have been up to: http://tourismfernie.com/social

Walking community trails along the Elk River

Visit Fernie with friends or family this Fall. With the favorable exchange rate that saves you money this is a great time for a getaway.

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