Autumn – the transition season in between summer and winter. A beautiful season where the leaves start changing colour and the air becomes cooler. It’s also a great season to get out and about and if you’re looking for the best fall activities to do during autumn, you’ve come to the right place. Here are the best fall activities for adults to enjoy the season!
What better way to enjoy the scenery than to go hiking? It’s great exercise and it’ll be worth it when you get to the top where you can get a beautiful, panoramic view of the ground below.
There are plenty of forest areas or parks around and Google is your friend when it comes to checking out the nearest and best places to go hiking. Where there are popular places to go hiking, there are hiking trails that you can follow if you haven’t been hiking before or for the more advanced, map out your own hiking trail!
As the weather gets cooler in autumn, it’s a great idea to have a get together with some of your close friends and have your very own bonfire night.
You can have some great food and toasted marshmallows along with great company. As the night gets darker, you can tell ghost stories or sing old folks songs. You can even camp out in the forest and it’ll be a great experience to enjoy a night under the stars. This is for those that especially love the outdoors rather than just being stuck inside having a meal.
3. Make Toffee Apples
If you’re not a fan of going outside in the autumn as the weather gets colder, this is one of the more delicious fall activities that doesn’t require you to get out of the house at all.
Toffee apples are a delicious treat to eat and make during the autumn season. They are really easy to make and just require you to coat apples in toffee sauce and you can choose whatever topping you like!
4. Mountain Biking
Another fall activity for those of you that love the outdoors, it’s an upgrade from just hiking in the mountains if you’re looking for something more fast-paced.
Mountain biking is great if you want to ride solo or if you prefer going with a friend, you can turn things into a competition and race against each other to your destination. It’s a good way to get your adrenaline rushing and will also get your heart pumping. You can even stop off somewhere and have a picnic.
5. Take Photos
Autumn is the season where the leaves change colour and the leaves start falling off the trees. Take advantage of the short space of time that this happens by taking photos.
This is one of the more laidback and relaxing fall activities you can do during the autumn season. Parks, forests, canals, and rivers are beautiful spots to take photos. As the days get shorter as it starts moving into winter, the morning dew and foggy mornings are moments worth capturing as well.
6. Go Camping
Be at one with nature by going camping! The autumn season is perfect for going camping- the weather is getting cooler, but still just about warm enough.
You’ll be able to wade through crunchy leaves and wake up to a gorgeous view of being surrounded by trees with colour changing leaves. If camping is too big of a jump for you, glamping is a great alternative which in recent years, has become very popular. There are various glamping sites hidden around the country and there are also some cute, hidden places worth trying out!