Last Tuesday, a few of us decided to get away from the suburbs and step into nature. A longtime favourite place to go to is the Forks of the Credit Park in Caledon, Ontario – a great hiking trail near Toronto. So that’s where we headed. The weather was great for a hike, and the park was just a short ride away. The spontaneity of our outing paid off with the wildlife we encountered along the way: sunbathing turtles, rare birds, a hungry beaver, and friendly horses.
Here’s a recap of our day out!
Blue, blue skies!
Some more Canadian wildlife…
Photos taken by T.
If you live in the Greater Toronto Area and are looking for a great hiking trail near Toronto, check out the Forks. And on the way back, why not grab a bite at John’s Family Restaurant like we did (located at 1 Fisherman Drive in Brampton). It’s a locally run diner with big portions of delicious food!