Going to a familiar trail in fall definitely hits different. We’ve walked this trail before in the peak of summer. Our pup couldn’t even make it the whole trail and we had to turn back.

This time we decided to start at the opposite end so we can see the most of the trial. I believe we picked the best time to see it too because the river had become shallow enough that waterfalls unearthed.

The colours surrounding the areas were so beautiful. We couldn’t help but stop and stare up at the splendor, a woman giggled at us marveling and confirmed that it’s stunning.

I had to snap this leaf which was like a rainbow all on its own.

We followed a side trail as we normally do and found this little frozen pond in the middle of nowhere. Isolated and frozen amongst the warm earth and rainbow skies…it really was a sight.

Although fall in it’s peak leaf transition is beautiful, I think my favourite is when the earth is blanketed in red.

Thanks for coming along on this hike!

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