Fall foliage at McGill: A photo gallery

A photo gallery of McGill's picturesque downtown campus against the backdrop of beautiful fall foliage
Bird’s-eye view of the downtown campus Neale McDevitt

McGill is one of the most picturesque universities in Canada, be it the bucolic setting of Macdonald Campus on the edge of Lac St. Louis, or the downtown campus’ prime location at the foot of Mount Royal. This is never more true than during the fall season, when the foliage on and around the University undergoes its annual metamorphosis. The brilliant reds, yellows and oranges are only highlighted against the grey stone on the University’s many heritage buildings. For those of you who haven’t had the time to stroll through campus to take in the beautiful sights, we’ve created a gallery of pictures. Today we feature the downtown campus. Later this week, we will post a gallery from Macdonald Campus.


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5 years ago

Thanks for taking me back lots of old memories The downtown campus pictures. The old girl still looks the same. John (Jack ) Martin class of 1975