Last weekend, my family and I took a day trip to Inglis Falls, Owen Sound. Although it’s a bit of a drive from Toronto, it was definitely worth it.
I was truly in awe of the natural beauty that the conservation area offered. There are a few hiking trails leading from the top of the cascade all the way down to the full-forced stream running through the gorge at the base of the falls. If you feel so inclined you can hike for 7.42 km – and the trails themselves vary in degree of difficulty.
We did about 2km and along the way we encountered Ontario Trilliums, boardwalks, bridges, over 20 species of ferns, an abundance of trees, and overall a feeling of extreme peace.
Needless to say, Summer was truly exhausted by the end of the 2km expedition.
This was one family adventure I will not forget about!