This trail is one of the best place in David Thompson Country to start the hiking season. The snow is gone from the valley, yet ice features are still visible in the canyons along the way. Flowers are starting to pop up along the trail and we even came across bighorn sheep grazing in the sun above the Coral Creek canyon, near our lunch spot.
It’s the first week of fall and after a snowy end of summer we’re back to some great hiking weather. It’s a great time to head out for a hike, to enjoy the cooler days and take in the gorgeous colours of fall.
On your last adventure, how much fun did you have looking at the bugs you walked past? Or did you notice the that a tree looks likes a triangle and a bridge looks like a rainbow? These are all observations that kids make if you let them enjoy the journey.
This past Saturday was the first hike in the Women in the Woods series. What better way to start the season than a hike to Siffleur Falls in the Kootenay Plains.