The beauty of this site changes depending on the season. The early spring wildflowers give pleasing aromas and spots of colour around your feet, while late spring bird song comes down from the massive maples and birches. Summer brings the lush green of the mid-summer ferns at your feet, and in the fall, the hillside takes on the rich yellows, reds, and oranges of the hardwood hills. Catching those fall colours as they reflect off the still waters of the lake is a photographer’s dream. Our team recognizes the importance of maintaining older age stands of softwoods such as pine, hemlock, eastern cedar, and hardwoods you’ll find on this mountain. This 223-hectare (551 acre) site is a prominent landmark for those travelling up Route 104, heading for our hiking trails at nearby Ayers Lake. Enjoy the colours!


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