Fitzroy Provincial Park
This trail winds through wooded areas containing 100-year-old white pines.
You pass a sparkling waterfall, shale pillars that stand as testaments to the erosive power of water and fields strewn with erratic, massive boulders left by the glaciers. Majestic white pine covers much of this park beside the Ottawa River.
Among these century-old trees and a stand of 300-year-old bur oak by the Carp River, you can see kildeer, goldfinches, flickers and white-tailed deer. By river's edge, shale terraces and pillars reveal a glacial past and an even mightier waterway.
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