Hiking the Greenbelt: Belfountain & Forks of the Credit Provincial Park
The first time we went to Belfountain and were charmed; the second time we were at a sugar bush nearby in late March and found an excellent book called 'Loops and Lattes' by Nicola Ross. We returned on Canada Day & later in August with Jed's parents to explore some of the great trails in the area. So, in no particular order...
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Can autumn in Ontario be beat? Is October actually the best month of the entire year? Based on our lovely hike this past Thanksgiving weekend, I'm going with no and yes respectively.
It could have been the dull spring light or the fact that the trail took all of 10 minutes to complete, but I was left with a feeling of 'I came here for this?'
Is it snowing a metric buttcraptonne outside? That can only mean one thing: It's time to ski until you can no longer feel your cheeks.
The only thing better than hiking the greenbelt? Skiing the greenbelt.
When winter feels like it is oppressively forcing you to sit on the couch and watch Game of Thrones, FIGHT BACK. Go visit your very own wall of ice at the ends of the earth - i.e., Dundas Valley Conservation Area.
Toronto: GET EAST. Do it before it is not awesome anymore, which will be soon.
Chasing waterfalls, despite conventional advice.