Tuesday, October  15, 2019
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A short image gallery of a hike in my own backyard - Gatineau Park just north of Ottawa. The image gallery is of one of the nicer trails, called the "wolf trail". It is often done as a loop, and provides pretty walking through mixed hilly woodlands, past marshes and beaver ponds, and past several scenic lookouts. In reality, I was joining Peter K and Caroline in a reconnaisance hike for a future work outing of Peter's - but that was a good excuse to get out, enjoy some fresh air, and get some exercise.
Meech Lake Trailhead
The Blanchet Trail
Early Fall
Fantastic Fungus
Skyline views
Gatineau Park in the fall
Wolf Trail lookout
Gatineau Wetland
Reclaimed by the Marsh
Near and Far
Somewhat sunny
The Eardley Escarpment
Leafy Road
Marshy Pond and Fall Foliage
Out with the kids
Trail-Road Junction
Completing the Loop
The map below is a fully-interactive google-based map, with the location of our Wolf Trail loop hike highlighted and the actual GPS tracklog shown in red. If you double-click on the map, you will get a full-size popup that includes the GPS track in 10x higher detail, clickable icons for each picture taken on the hike, and the ability to view all of this on a highway or satellite map.
Interactive Trackmap & Photo Points - Click link below to expand

Wolf Loop
Start Time:
Start Elevation:
485ft (148m) *
End Time:
Max Elevation:
1292ft (394m) *
Min Elevation:
485ft (148m) *
11.39 km (7.08 mi)
End Elevation:
614ft (187m) *
Average Speed:
4.2 km/hr (2.6 mph)
* : +/- 75 feet
Elevation profile over distance and time
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