Last autumn we went hiking around Spencer Gorge. It was my first opportunity to get out and explore some of the vast Ontario wilderness, and, after this brief excursion I can't wait to do some more adventuring ... once the weather warms a little.
We took a nature trail around the Gorge to Dundas Peak, stopping in to check out Webster Falls and Tews Falls on the way. Because it was late in the season, the waterfalls weren't quite as epic as I imagine they'd be in the springtime, but waterfalls are wonderful, no matter what the season, and the lovely autumn colour of the surrounding woods was more than worth the trip.
Once again, I find myself counting down 'til spring so that my camera and I can go on some more hikes in the forest.