This absolutely gorgeous conservation area in Caledon, Ontario is the ideal place to explore and enjoy the fall colours! From the moment the trail starts there is an instant transport into a nature and fall colours paradise!
We decided to take the Meadow trail to begin with, it was a fair bit challenging with steep inclines and a lot of uneven ground! It really is a beautiful trail with a lot of lovely views of the area, there are many large trees and marsh-like areas that have really gorgeous changed colours! There are also really nice views of Kettle Lake!
After hiking about 30 mins in, there were a couple different attractions, one being a few bridges that are beautiful and so picturesque! There is an insanely long staircase, it is easily over 60-70 steps! It takes you all the way down to the waterfall, which is currently blocked off! Due to the lookout point of the main waterfall being closed off for safety reasons, the next best way to get a look at the waterfall is on the nearby bridge that is right on top of it!
There are also a few large train tracks that can be seen from a few bridges which is also a very pretty sight! Then we decided to take a different trail back, we took the Trans Canada Trail, there is a massive uphill hike that takes about 10 mins to get up but after that it is pretty much flat terrain in a lowlands area!
The meadow trail is admittedly a bit quicker but the Trans Canada trail is flatter and a bit easier minus the one large hill! This is definitely one of my new favourite hikes and I will be repeatedly visiting! See you there!