Monday, July 25, 2016

Hike to Dundas Peak

A few weeks ago, I embarked on the most exhilarating and petrifying hike of my life…and I would do it all over again. Now I don’t mean to be melodramatic, the hike consisted of trails with safety meaures in place, so you would be completely safe… if you’re a rational human who obeyed signs that read something along the lines of “do not enter,” “this is not a trail,” “turn back now if you have even an ounce of will to live.” Something along those lines. We obviously weren’t phased, which leads me to my near death experience I’m about to share with you.  
It was a warm Monday morning and my sisters and I headed to Hamilton to hike the trails leading up to Dundas peak (the highest point of the trail), for the cardio and more importantly, infamous “living on the edge” pic. We parked the car and headed up the trail. After roughly thirty minutes, we reached the Peak and snapped these gorgeous shots because, “pics or it didn’t happen” right? The view was absolutely breath taking. We headed down the trail and made our way over to Webster Falls. The only issue with our plan was that there was in fact no trail, and for good reason we later discovered (the unconventional way). We scouted the grounds for a while searching for the illegitimate trail supposedly created by delinquents time after time, going off trail to discover the beauty of Webster Falls up close and personal. We wanted in. 

Living on the edge indeed. 

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