Dundas Valley Conservation Area is gorgeous, especially in the fall.
I may have nostalgia for Dundas as I grew up there, but it’s one of my favorite places in the world to go hiking. In the fall, it’s even more beautiful than usual. Autumn in Ontario is very inspiring. It’s a great time of year to visit the Toronto and Hamilton area. You’ll see the leaves in vibrant shades of red, orange, and yellow. The air is crisp and it isn’t too hot to spend the day outdoors on a hike. Even though the fall only lasts a month or two, I can never get enough.
The Dundas Valley Conservation Area has several hiking trails, including points of interest like a replica Victorian train station and the Hermitage, the ruins of an old mansion.
In this video, let me show you around the Dundas Valley Conservation Area. I’ll show you just how stunning autumn in Ontario truly is. It’s a typical day, hiking around in the forest. Hopefully, this video provokes some wanderlust to visit my hometown of Dundas and the province of Ontario, Canada.
Watch the video here. Make sure you change the video to High Definition for the best quality!
We shot this video with our new camera, the Panasonic GH4. We’re really loving this camera for creating travel videos, and it really inspires us to make more of them! It’s a great upgrade from our old camera, and a fantastic addition to our arsenal of photography gear. You can read all about our travel photography equipment in our essential camera gear guide.
Fall is slowly coming to an end here in Ontario. I’ve tried to pack in as many outdoor activities and hikes as possible before it gets too cold outside. However, winter brings all kinds of new possibilities for adventures. Stay tuned.
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Have you ever visited Dundas or anywhere in Ontario, Canada? Where are your favorite places for fall hikes?