11 Larch Tree Images to Ring in Fall

Larch trees are one of the only conifers that do not lay claim to the ‘evergreen’ title. These unique trees are well known for lighting up fall in the Canadian Rockies by turning their regularly green, soft needles vibrant yellow before shedding them completely to tuck in for winter. Igniting the landscape for a short season each year, they are a stunning subject for photography, and one of my personal favourites.

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Sun bursting at Floe Lake, Kootenay National Park. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
“Autumn Hues.” From Panorama Ridge, looking down towards the Lower Consolation Lake. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Aerial of Mount Temple, Banff National Park. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Sunshine Meadows/Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Cathedral Peak, Lake O’Hara, Yoho National Park. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Aerial view of (L-R) Lake Louise, Mirror Lake and Lake Agnes, Banff National Park. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.

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Shoreline larches at Sunburst Peak, Mt. Assiniboine Provincial Park. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Clouds rising over golden larches, Mount Assinboine Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada
The Lone Larch, Kootenay National Park. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
Zigadenus and Myosotis Lakes, Banff National Park. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.
“Autumn Gold.” This shot was taken by Eiffel Lake, on the way to Wenkchemna Pass. Photo by Paul Zizka Photography.

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All images in this gallery are available as stock or limited-edition prints. Please contact us with any inquiries.