It seems to be yearly fall tradition that I take a trip to Belfountain Conservation Area in the fall. And how could I not, the conservation area is lovely at this time of year and the Forks of the Credit road is a stunning scenic fall drive. With winding tight turns, steep rugged cliffs, rushing water and stunning fall foliage, the Forks of the Credit roads is a must do southern Ontario drive.
The conservation area is small and the trails are pretty short, although they do link to the Bruce Trail system and can be used as a launching point further exploration. More photo’s can be found on my flickr account.