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Fall Foliage in British Columbia, Cariboo Region Fall Colour
The Cariboo Region in central British Columbia is ablaze with yellow cottonwoods in fall.
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British Columbia has lovely, but less dramatic fall foliage than its eastern provincial counterparts - namely, Ontario, Quebec and the Maritime provinces. Particularly stunning in autumn are the alpine larch, which has needles that turn golden and drop in September / October. Aspen provides much of the color in the Rocky Mountains. Cottonwoods - as pictured above - paint many a BC landscape yellow in the fall.