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Chikanishing Trail in the Springtime

April 8, 2012

Beautiful springtime weather — blue skies and 14C — brought me out to Killarney Provincial Park on a fine Saturday afternoon. We chose to hike the Chikanishing Trail which winds along the park’s southern boundary along Georgian Bay. A nice springtime hike with pine trees and the bay as the background instead of trees with no “real leaves” yet, as I call it. The water’s edge was quite sandy – a great place to swim in the summer! A short-length (~1.5 hours) rocky trail was a nice start to the season and the beginning of my volcano hiking training. Less than one month to go and I’ll be standing on the rincon de la vieja volcano.

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  1. May 6, 2012 8:42 pm

    where is this? It is amazing!

    • May 23, 2012 2:20 am

      In Killarney Provincial Park in northern ontario, a short-ish drive from my place.
      My go-to hiking spot!

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