Thursday, November 24, 2016

Boyne River Fall 2016 Part Two

What I love about Boyne River is how it is just a bit further than other "day hike" parks and conservation areas in Southern Ontario. There are times you need some quiet time in nature and this place fills the bill nicely. Hiking later in the fall can be hit  or miss, so it's always wise to layer. You have a the main loop in the park and the side loop on the west side or Prince of Wales Road. If you are in amazing shape, knock yourself out and do both. Even the main loop for someone in decent shape is a strenuous hike. I would not recommend this to anyone with mobility issues, you'll get into trouble pretty quick. There's no climbing up or down really, just a lot of up and down and uneven terrain.

After tackling the park we went down to the Mono Cliffs Inn for a late lunch, by then the rain squalls returned and it was time to pack it in.

Cameras: Olympus OM-1n, OM-1md, Zuiko Lenses.
Films: Kodak Ultramax 400 (Colour) and Rollei RPX 400 processed in HC110 B (black and white).

Out for a Walk on the Lookout

The View From Murphy's Lookout_

The Edge of the Meadow

Still Greeny Yellow in the Valley

In the Valley Under Yellow II

Through the Valley

EHS Route 1

Foot Bridges in the Southern Valley

Wooden Path over the Mud

Parked on Prince of Wales Road _

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