6 walking tours you need to take this fall Associated Press
Tourists on horseback is led by a Mongolian as they visit the Yolyn Am valley, located south of Dalanzadgad, Mongolia, Thursday, July 5, 2012. Yolyn Am, also known as Valley of the Eagles, is a deep and narrow gorge in the Gurvan Saikhan Mountains of southern Mongolia, a famous sight seeing destination for tourist. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

If your preferred way of exploring a new place is on foot, consider taking a walking tour this fall.

The cooler autumn weather provides the perfect atmosphere for hiking, and there are also fewer tourists than in the summer.

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City slickers will love wandering the beautiful streets of Paris and Quebec City.

Nature lovers, meanwhile, need to head to Philipsburg, Mont.; Bhutan; and Mongolia.

And don’t forget about the colorful wildlife to be discovered in Belize!

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