Today was a perfect autumn day for hike in Ontario. Street to Trail arrived at NaMeRes to gather the men from Sagatay and head out to Crawford Lake together.
The forecast called for a balmy 25 degree high and the sky was clear and blue, this pleasant weather perfectly matched the high energy of the Sagatay residents when we arrived at our location. The group moved quickly along this section of the Bruce Trail and we stopped for lunch at the scenic lookout taking in the views of the changing fall leaves across the Nassagaweya Canyon.
We continued on our hike through quiet forested paths with the front of the group laughing away with Sagatay staff, Chris and Dakota, and those towards the back learning about indigenous plants and their uses from The Stop staff, Joce. Having completed about 7 kms of hiking and circumnavigating the calm shores of Crawford Lake, we wandered through the Haudenosaunee Village, explored the longhouses and worked up a sweat playing Lacrosse behind the palisade walls.
The group headed back to the city tired but in good spirits and looking forward to their next excursion with Street to Trail