Huntsville & Algonquin Park in January

Weekend in Huntsville and Algonquin Park

First trip in the new year. We came for the Fire And Ice skating extravaganza at Arrowhead PP, but turned around before we got stuck on the unexpected lineup to enter the park. We decided to enjoyed the night life in Huntsville and went to the movies. This was after we had the most delicious dinner in the On The Docks Pub.

Huntsville at night in winter

Not much sunshine during our stay.

Hwy 60 into the Algonquin Park

Snowshoeing in AlgonquinIt wasn't extremely cold. However, we could enjoy the whole spectrum of gray
We were starved of colours, so anything that was not gray was worth a picture.
Huntsville and Algonquin Park
The snow conditions didn't justify the snowshoes.
We hiked the Track And Tower trail to the Cache Lake. The decaying train bridge was almost hidden by the snow. Unless you know what to look for, it is not obvious at all.

Cache Lake train bridge in winter

We did encounter a marten on the Spruce Bog trail.

Marten in winter along Spruce Bog Trail   And more gray in gray.
More Gray

Not to be missed the Visitor Center to enjoy the view from the Observation Deck and a light lunch in the cafeteria.

Algonquin Park Visitor Center


First published on January 03, 2019