In some places you even had to climb boulders
Proper foot wear would have been good but as we arrived in the parking lot and we realized both our girls jumped in the truck in bare feet. Luckily Aayla found a pair of flip flops in the truck and Sierra found a pair of rubber boots...so we managed.
Tree climbing in flip flops is tricky.
Walking in boots on this trail worked way better then flip flops...until your feet get too hot.
|Wild Strawberries...so tiny but sooo yummy|
|Getting closer to the falls for a better look|
|Mark (Ian's brother) and Charlie|
We did the walk back much faster (although it somehow seemed slower) as everyone was a bit grumpy from stumbling and falling due to improper footwear and the deer flies, so we didn't visit the museum at the park when we were finished. We headed straight back to the camp site.
On our next trip up here I want to check out Grundy Lake Provincial Park. Hopefully some of the walking trails there will be a bit more even...or at least hopefully we will have the proper footwear so we all can enjoy the walk a bit more.