Pigeon River Headwaters Conservation Area is a 125-hectare (308 acre) property situated partially within the Oak Ridges
Algonquin Highlands is home to many of the best water trails and hiking trails in Ontario. Here you can find countless opportunities to canoe, camp, hike, snowshoe, ski, snowmobile, ATV, fish, …
Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park is a 33,505 hectare park that contains more than 100 habitat types and is a vast biological engine renowned for its rock barrens, and …
Hiking in some of Ontario’s provincial parks can be and has been very rewarding for me.
Lake Simcoe has been known for decades as the “Ice Fishing Capital of North America” and it’s no wonder, considering that more people fish this inland lake. Jumbo Perch Lake Trout Northern Pike and more
Lake Simcoe Ice Fishing
waterfalls of Ontario
Kawartha Trans Canada Trail aka THE GREAT TRAIL Doube’s Trestle Bridge an old abandoned railway turned hiking trail.
Encompassing 1,990 hectares (5,000 acres), the Torrance Barrens Conservation Reserve is one of the most striking geological areas in Muskoka. The lunar landscape of the Torrance Barrens is characterized by low ridges of Precambrian bedrock, separated by wetland and peat-filled hollows. The Barrens is also an ideal place to view the night skies.
Some of my best drone flights with my Mavic Air 2 and photography with my Nikon D800