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A fall hike at Mono Cliffs Provincial Park

If you haven’t taken the time to see the beautiful fall colours this year, now’s your chance! Many Ontario Parks are still at peak viewing. Check out the Ontario Parks Fall Colour Map to find the perfect park near you.

We went to Mono Cliffs provincial park on a sunny Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately…so did everyone else. In an effort to maintain social distancing, we spaced out on the trail and kept our hike short. We were still able to see beautiful areas of the park, and it was a gorgeous day.

The park is known for having some of the oldest and intact White Cedar forest in Eastern North America. There was also a beautiful birch forest.

Feeling adventurous? There’s a steep hiking trail with moss covered rocks and beautiful cliffs. I wasn’t wearing my hiking boots, so we opted to save that for next time.

Where will you visit to see the fall colours? Visit ontarioparks.com to find a park near you,

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    Bonnie
    November 10, 2020 at 12:07 PM

    Love these photos! It was a beautiful weekend for a hike.

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