Sunday, May 25, 2014

Red Hill ValleyTrail

Beginning at the top of the Niagara Escarpment (Mud Street, adjacent to Kings Forest Park), the Red Hill Valley Recreational Trail traverses the escarpment and runs northeast through the Red Hill Valley to its end at Brampton Street, south of the Queen Elizabeth Highway and Lake Ontario.

We parked at the Mud Street parking lot and we walked all the way through the trail staying along the fence of a narrow path that was along the Red Hill Valley Parkway almost Greenhill Avenue and did a loop around back through the trail back to Mud Street.

                                      A little more information on this trail here Ontario Trails

                                        Bug on my Husband, yes I had to take a picture of it  :)

someone brought there beautiful dog to play


Saw this guy riding his unicycle

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Short Hills Park

                                   Scarlet Tanager

 The Scarlet Tanager Trail can be accessed from the Pelham Road entrance. The start of the trail begins at the bottom of Gilligan Road (gravel road). This trail consists of varied terrain, and can be very muddy as it also can be a little difficult.  

A website to check out for more information about these trails is Friends of Short Hills park



The weather was very nice during the trail but when we were on our way home for the drive we had a quick rain shower and I thought it was going to do that because of this cloud