The fall colours in Crothers Woods in Toronto didn’t disappoint me. When the sun showed up after lunch time today, a friend and I went for a hike for two hours at there. Well, not exactly two hours of hiking; 45 minutes of that were spent in camwhoring. We were worried the sun would be gone behind the clouds, so we took photos as many as we could. Then, on our way back, we had a pact not to stop for photos so we could enjoy our leisurely walk. Now is the best time to explore this 52-hectare woodland that offers hiking and biking trails.
Scroll down to the end for direction on how to get there. Enjoy.
FALL COLOURS IN CROTHERS WOODS
Directions to [easyazon_link asin=”1771000228″ locale=”CA” new_window=”yes” nofollow=”default” tag=”pridecanada-20″ add_to_cart=”yes” cloaking=”default” localization=”default” popups=”yes”]Crothers Woods[/easyazon_link]:
Take the subway to Donlands. Transfer to bus 56 towards North / 56A Leaside Towards Eglinton Station.
Get off at Millwood Road at Village Station.
Go across the street (to the west). In less than a minute walk, you’ll see the stairs on your left.