Listen to this excerpt from Fodors, and guess where it is:
Eighty percent of ‘this place’ is forested, and since cities are few and far between, the interior of ‘this place’ is a rural playground for leaf peepers and widely considered to have the most intense range of foliage colors anywhere on the continent. The few distractions from the dark reds and yellow, oranges and russets—the tiny towns and hamlets—are as pristine as nature itself.
Sounds delightful, right? And autumn is my favorite time of the year, so this place would be perfect to visit.
Where is it?
Guess what else, for those of you in Toronto? Porter Airlines now flies out of Toronto.
Now to wait for a deal from Porter again…..