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Bracebridge falls in autumn

Muskoka is one of those all-star destinations where the zest for a lazy life is always alive. As the seasons turn, so do Muskoka’s experiential offerings. There are wonders waiting to be discovered under the bright blue summer skies over deep blue lakes, snow fishing and winter cottage cozies as the chill sets in and canoeing past flower-studded bushes in the spring. But the season of wonder in Muskoka comes when the leaves turn to rust and shades of red, orange and yellow create a melange of shades that unfold as you drive past. The best way to explore this refuge from the city is to fuel up your car and take a road trip to the charming cottages situated in lake-side harmony. We took a day trip to Muskoka from Toronto, past Port Severn with a final stop at Bracebridge. Here is what unfolded..

Nikita Butalia is a solo 20-something traveler who documents her experiences around India and the rest of the world in witty narratives and travel tales that are best read curling up on the couch with a cup of hot chocolate on a winter evening.

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