Waterfall-the peace of nature . The sound of falling water onto the rocks, the sound of those chirping birds on the sky, the sound of blowing wind over there, the croaking of frogs over those rocks and the sound of peace- makes it sound so melodious.
We spent the afternoon yesterday chasing waterfalls!
Yesterday we made a spur-of-the-moment decision to pack up a picnic and drive to Mont-Tremblant National Park for the afternoon. We hit a little traffic on the way there (seemed like everyone else had the same idea as us to get out of the city!) but we made it there in about 2 hours. We had a picnic at Lac Lauzon, and enjoyed our lunch while taking in the gorgeous views. Then we made our way to the start of the hike to La Chute du Diable. The hike is about 1.6 km round trip, which was perfect for the kids, and at the end you’re rewarded with the most beautiful waterfall!
I actually can’t believe I’ve lived in Montreal this long without visiting the Mont-Tremblant National Park before. There’s so much to see and do at the park! It was a perfect day, we all had a blast and we’ll definitely be back.
From a few months ago doing a loop in the land of waterfalls. Rainy days always make for the best waterfall adventures.
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I’ve decided summer heat is only bearable when you have a scenic spot to cool off. Bosnia and Herzegovina was the hottest place I went in Europe, granted I was there in the middle of summer and other hot places, like Athens and the Canary Islands, I went to in November. But the 97-degree temperatures meant the pools of the Kravica waterfall felt extra nice!! I miss getting to explore places like this 😩 Also I am pretty sure I’m not trying to pose here I was actually feeling how hot the top of my head was and nearly burned my hand😂