• Kelso Lookout

    Nature Trail Season – Kelso Conservation Park

    The focus of this blog is the 2019 Nature Trail season and Kelso Conservation Park in Halton Region. Specifically Milton. It consists of many attractions apart from hiking. Mountain Biking, Camping, Boating, Swimming, Skiing and Snowboarding and movies under the stars. We were there for the hiking, as there was no snow…Since we visited during the Spring, I won’t discuss the Skiing capabilities of this Park. Though it does exist. I’m not a skier, so I cannot attest to the quality of this hill. I visited this Park with my girlfriend Sheri, and 2 of our friends. This was my first time here so I had no clue what to…

  • Trails

    Chedoke Falls

    Stop #2 on our “Chasing Waterfalls Weekend” was Chedoke Falls. From our trek, I can say that these Falls consist of 1 ‘upper’ Falls, created by a large drain pipe, and 2 ‘lower’ falls, fed by the same drain pipe. So not exactly natural, the upper Falls is still quite pretty. After sitting back and allowing other hikers to enjoy them we finally got our chance and made the best of it as we sat there on a rock and basked in the calming sounds of water cascading over the rocks. Many selfies, mini movies and portraits were taken. Some of which I intend to show here. Access Access to…

  • Trails

    Chetleham Badlands – Bellfountain Conservation Area

    Dubbed “Chasing Waterfalls Weekend”, my girlfriend and I set out to view as many waterfalls as time and weather would permit. It turns out, the weekend allowed for 2, Bellfountain Conservation Area and the falls found on the Chedoke Radial Trail. More on the Chedoke Falls in an upcoming post. The Waterfalls The Waterfalls in Bellfountain Conservation are created by a dam. They’re still impressive, as the sound of water falling over the edge is loud and soothing at the same time.  If you don’t mind crowds of selfie takers and all around attraction hogs (I made that term up) then this is a good place to visit. The trail is a pretty…