This morning we headed out to enjoy the fall colours and went for a hike at Rattlesnake Point. The drive there was nice and the trees were yellow, orange and red all along the way. We arrived there at 10am which was a bit later than our usual and were surprised to find a lineup of cars coming out of the park entrance. It only took a few minutes to get in.
We took the Bruce Trail path that runs alongside the yellow park trail (Buffalo Craig Trail) to avoid the crowds. It was really beautiful and it smelled like fall (as my husband romantically calls it, the smell of dead leaves… Hmph).
It’s my favourite time of the year and love getting out and seeing all the amazing colors.
There are a few steep climbs to have fun with…
Cool bird – think it was a turkey vulture.
Deeper in the park there was still a lot of green but the trail was a soft carpet of fallen leaves.
My fave tree on the trail… 🙂
What a beauty… 🙂