October 25th, 2018
This past weekend, we took a little drive to Boyne Valley Provincial Park! Before I get into it, I have to say that everything here and in the surrounding area (and I quote "Where Ontario gets real") it is just full of beautiful landscape. As a photographer and a general nature lover, I can't get enough of the Caledon area. It's incredibly gorgeous.
Now, I haven't hiked in a little while so my cardio has somewhat suffered from that; and let me tell you, this was no walk in the park of me. BUT it's all good because I was be out in the fresh air and got my blood pumping as I walked this amazing trail under the fall leaves.
There was actually a house for sale over here and we seriously contemplated it.
The trail was a very interesting mix of golden leaves touched by golden rays and creepy Harry Potter like woods - very weird. As for most, I enjoyed the brightness over the gloom. Still beautiful regardless.
As like most places around here, picturesque scenes everywhere you turn. It's so great to indulge in every step.
The final part of this outing (when I was pretty much done with hiking) was heading to the lookout. As you can imagine, it's a nice hill to get up; but we did it. The light had changed a great deal since starting our hike, but the colourful landscape made up for the muted overcast.
It was quite a way to the top of the look out, but it was definitely worth it; especially being able to see all the beautiful fall colours.
Thank you for reading!
I hope you enjoyed this little fall adventure!