Canadian National Parks by Kristen Whitson
All I wanted to see was a black bear, moose or deer – unfortunately not on this trip but it didn't take away from the beauty of Algonquin Park. Just 2-3 hours north of Toronto, a few days is all your need for hiking and canoeing through this beautiful national park. I fell in love with the nature and scenery and the great lakes and trails through to amazing lookouts. I loved seeing the leaves turn a beautiful orange at the beginning of fall. All of this was much more then I imagined Canada to be. Car hire and parking permit is all you need. I have been promised that there are definitely bears and a variety of wildlife to be found. Let me know how you go!
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