By this time, you’re already tired of looking at my spectacular Algonquin Park Fall colors shots. But, keep your jealousy to yourself. I have my own. LOL…
I promise this is going to be the last entry of fall colours taken from Algonquin Park. I just couldnt resist sharing the rest because I know, natures beauty is fleeting. So, we better take pleasure in it while we can still experience its splendid-ness.
If my memory serves right, the first two shots above are from around Mew camping ground. We were so lucky that when we parked there, nobody was kayaking or canoeing. The water was tranquil and unrippled which makes the reflection crystal clear. It was magical to witness such magnificence of Mother Nature.
Highway 60 is, perhaps, the worlds most colorful highway where it zigzags up and down the hills. The panoramic view is beyond beautiful and all we could say was, “Wow!” We stopped a countless times on our way not just to snap a photo but also to gaze at the long, winding path sandwiched between the charming hues of autumn.
The West Gate is the best area to see the colours because its filled with maple trees whose colors would never fail to amaze you. The hiking trail would reward you with spectacular fall colors and the lakes around the area are enticing.
I cant remember the name of the dam where these photos where taken. Though its kind of difficult to descend to the river, we still managed to find our own way for photo ops galore.
The Bat Trail is almost 6 kilometers of mild steep climb among trees, mud and some bushes. The hike introduced us to the basic ecology of the park. Theres a hemlock stand and woodpaths and an acidic bat lake—but the bats are nowhere to be found. Not even a cave. The pic above shows the breathtaking vista from its lookout where a single bench stands in memory of a couple long dead. This might look near to you but in reality, its actually far.
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