Algonquin Park Day Trip

Clint and I decided to head to Algonquin Park this past Monday. It was supposed to be a beautiful day and it was. Bright and sunny and only about -15 Celsius. We were up at 4 a.m. to head out as it is about a 2 1/2 – 3 hour drive from our house.

We went searching for the little Pine Martens. We have a few spots that we know of that they frequent but this trip we only saw one Pine Marten at one of our spots. But he/she was a cute one.

They have a ton more snow than we have where we live. The photo below is a picnic table and you can see how deep the snow is on top of it.

We took a walk down to the Cascades and the trail was pretty good.

The bridge crossing the river and the river, little bit of open water in there.

We also saw a Gray Jay and some other birds but no Moose.

The back of the Visitor Centre and the view from the back deck of the Visitor Centre.

We had a nice day and here are a couple of other random photos.

So that’s that for now, it will be a while before I am up and out of bed at 4 a.m. again haha!

Take care everyone…..

14 thoughts on “Algonquin Park Day Trip”

  1. Wow, all very beautiful photos, Susan! The Pine Marten is so cute! The crick with running water and ice teeth is beautiful, I bet it sounded so relaxing. The lake looks beautiful and a bit mysterious with the falling snow in the distance. Great post! 👍🏻❤️🇨🇦

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  2. I love that cutie pie Pine Marten! I’ve never seen one of those before. As much as I dislike Winter, the snow, untouched by cars and pollution here in Algonquin Park kind of kicks Winter up a notch. Just gorgeous photos you have of all of Winter’s beauty Susan.

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