Sunday, October 19, 2014

Silvercreek in Fall

The beauty of Ontario in Autumn has to be second to no other place on our lonely blue planet. The pace of colour changes in our forests is starting to slow and gusts of winds blow many of the leaves to the ground.
Silvercreek is a tributary of the Credit River. It begins in Erin and flows through Halton Hills before joining the Credit in Norval. As the small creek cuts through the escarpment it drops in grade along a path that includes a number of small waterfalls.
This area is accessible east of Trafalgar Road on Sideroad 27 in the middle of the Silvercreek Conservation Area. A loop off the Bruce Trail leads along the top of the valley walls and you can venture down into the creek to get some great pictures. I wore shorts and sandals and my feet were very cold after a couple hours in the flowing waters.

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