Take in the fall colors from the top of the cliff at Mono Cliffs Provincial Park.
This park is wonderful for hikers, bikers and horse riders, and is located just an hour’s drive north of Brampton at 795122 3rd Line East in Orangeville.
Paths lead through an open valley, winding canyon, and through the shade of the trees, along the cliff face that rises to 30 meters. There is also a peak search, and you can even see the CN Tower from one of them.
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Mono Cliffs is a favorite in Ontario, such as the park has a wide variety in plant life, and the views more stunning in autumn. Strip support beginners because they are on the easier side. There are different climbing distances to choose from, generally the width of the path, climb and descent with the most gradual steps.
Visit with family and friends for a unique fall adventure, and come away with gorgeous Instagrammable moments.
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