If you’re looking for the ultimate fall colour experience, consider taking the Agawa Canyon Tour Train north of Sault Ste. Marie. The train weaves through the Agawa Canyon landscape, which includes lakes, rivers, forests and granite rock formations of the Canadian Shield so breathtaking that they inspired the Group of Seven. Visitors board the train 114 miles north of Sault Ste. Marie at 8 a.m. for a one-day excursion that ends between 6-6:30 p.m. The dining car service on board sells breakfast, lunch, picnic box lunches, beer, wine, mixed drinks, coffee and cold beverages. Visitors can tune into a GPS-activated commentary on the history of the Ojibway, fur traders and explorers in Ontario’s Algoma Country or watch flat screen TVs transmitting images from digital cameras on the train’s exterior. The train descends 500 feet to the floor of the Agawa Canyon and stops for 1 1/2 hours at Canyon Park where visitors can climb 250 feet to a lookout over the canyon. To see the fall foliage in full bloom, reserve a ticket for the last two weeks of September or the first week of October. Adult tickets are $99; seniors (60+) $99, youth (5-18) $64, children (2-5) $39, and under 2 are free.