Sunday, October 28, 2012

Enchanted forest or haunted forest?

We're on a forest hike in Mont Tremblant National Park, the second largest national park in Quebec, Canada and Halloween is coming up.

Help me find that one scary tree.

It should be easy. Every forest trail has at least one beast. A big, old tree that storms, insects, and woodpeckers have carved into something that doesn't need any help from Hollywood makeup artists to look like a monster.

But wait. In the Mont Tremblant National Park forest trails I keep finding enchanted forest

My favourite. A brontosaurus sitting on a big rock nibbling on tree branches.
La Corniche trail, Mont Tremblant National Park, Quebec Canada
Waterfalls.
La Roche trail, Mont Tremblant National Park, Quebec, Canada
Look outs.
La Roche trail lookout, Lac Monroe, Mont Tremblant National Park, Quebec, Canada

Where's the scary stuff?

On the haunted forest trail 15, Gatineau Park, Quebec, Canada. 

If you're hiking these trails, enjoy!
Mont Tremblant National Park map of La Roche and La Corniche Trails, Lac Monroe
Happy enchanted or haunted forest walks!

I think I prefer enchanted. Soon, it will all be covered in snow.

The BaffinPaddler

2 comments:

  1. Nice landscape! Seems to be a great place to paddle:)
    Cheers from North Norway

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