If you’re looking for an outdoor activity for March break, check out some of the local parks and hiking trails. Pat and I wanted to hike somewhere different today. We looked up the Waterfall hike in Ancaster and thought it would be fun. This is the link to the page:
We parked at the Inn and followed the trail as described on the site. The first turn was a little bit confusing because there was a T intersection, but the “you are here” map at the site didn’t show a T. But we met a nice couple who told us that the waterfalls were “that way”. So we turned right and found Canterbury falls. They’re not huge, but they’re quite nice.
We kept going and about 3.5 kms in we missed a turn and ended up going up some stairs. We were still on the Bruce trail – but we weren’t on the waterfall trail that we had planned. At the top of the stairs there was a valley and deer! There were probably 10 of them when we first discovered them and some left immediately and then some came back. They were pretty curious about us.
We decided to check the GPS and see where we were. The white blazes from the Bruce trail were nowhere to be found. We could see roads and houses, so we weren’t lost, but we were no longer on the trail.
We backtracked and made it back to the car easily. The missed turn was well worth it!
If you do this trail, be prepared for hills and some rugged terrain. It’s not as challenging as Yellow and Orange at Crawford and Nemo, but it was a lot of work.