Nature Walks

These walks will take place on our BTC managed properties in the Caledon section and will focus on the biodiversity of these properties. If you’re interested in conservation or shorter, less strenuous activity, these walks may be what you’re looking for.

October 3: Photographing the Fall Colours,
9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Category: Nature Walks
Location: Forks of the Credit Provincial Park off McLaren Road in Caledon. Parking fee.
Hike Leader(s): Gary Hall
Pace: Leisurely – 3 km/hour or less
Terrain: Moderate – some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 6 km
Description: We’ll spend the morning photographing early fall colours in Forks of the Credit Provincial park. Bring your camera (SLR, Mirrorless, Point and Shoot, Cell Phone, etc.) and a small tripod if you have one.

 

October 10: Fall Colours Photography Hike,
9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Category: Nature Walks
Location: Depart: 9:30 a.m. from roadside parking on 2nd Line Mono at entrance to Mono Cliffs Provincial Park.
Directions: Take Hwy 10 north to Dufferin Road 8, about 10 km north of Orangeville. Follow Road 8 to Mono Centre then continue north on the 2nd Line to the end of the road. Please park on the east shoulder of the road.
Hike Leader(s): Hamish Duthie
Pace: Leisurely – 3 km/hour or less
Terrain: Easy – mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: 8 km
Description: A scenic photo hike around the loops of the Mono Cliffs Provincial Park, including McCarston`s Lake. We will have ample opportunity to photograph the fall colours, see a variety of forest types and geological features, and with excellent views from lookout points. Bring a camera and a tripod or monopod. Refreshments afterwards. Please register beforehand with Hamish so we can reschedule in case of inclement weather.

 

October 17: Photographing the Fall Colours,
9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Category: Nature Walks
Location: Quarryside Nature Reserve at the north end of Chinguacousy Road north of Olde Base Line in Caledon.
Hike Leader(s): Gary Hall
Pace: Leisurely – 3 km/hour or less
Terrain: Moderate – some hills and/or some poor footing
Description: We’ll spend the morning photographing the fall colours and interesting features of the Quarryside Nature Reserve. There is no groomed trail on the property. Bring your camera (SLR, Mirrorless, Point and Shoot or cell phone) as well as a small tripod if you have one.