As a teenager, I took art classes throughout high school, which meant that I was introduced to many great artists including the Group of Seven.
From all the Canadian painters, I have a love for the works of the Group of Seven, and others, such as Emily Carr, who focused on nature scenes.
Visiting Killarney Provincial Park, I can understand why it was one of the key spots that inspired so many beautiful paintings by the members of the Group of Seven.
Today, you see many visitors with cameras in hand, snapping photos.
Here are a few photos I took during our visit. Although I wish we could have seen some of the sights earlier in the morning at sunrise or later in the evening at sunset, you nevertheless get a taste of the beauty that can be found in at this park.
Note: The Georgian Bay trail that offers you the view of the shoreline is extremely rocky and difficult on the legs and ankles. You will need comfortable hiking shoes or boots with ankle support and good treads. Also bring with you a bottle or two of water. During an afternoon hike you will work up a sweat.
What is your favourite place at Killareny Provincial Park? Your favourite trail?