It's beginning to look a lot like fall in Calgary

It's the first day of fall, and here's some of your pretty photos to celebrate.

And if you take a drive, you can see all the pretty larches the mountains have to offer

Mother Nature shows off her artistry heading into fall

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Some of our video producers were out catching the colours as well, in Calgary and around Gleichen, Alta. 0:38

Sure feels like fall, which makes sense given it's officially the first day of autumn.

As gardeners pack up their gardens, and skiers pull out their skis in anticipation of snow, here's a look of all the pretty fall colours around us.

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Let's start in the city.

Here's a very tranquil look at Carburn Park in the city's southeast. (Submitted by Dale Guzman)
A touch of fall playing hide and seek behind the trees in Nose Hill Park. (Submitted by Tab Gangopadhyay)

But some epic fall splendour can be found west of Calgary as people make the voyage out to see the larches.

In a non-pandemic year, larches attract tourists from all over the world. (@ellisedaynes/Instagram)
Here's the view from Pocaterra Cirque, a popular hiking trail in Kananaskis Country. (Submitted by Nadia Perna)

But just remember, winter is always coming in Alberta.


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