I recently went on a hike with my dad to Mono Cliffs Provincial Park and took some photos of the stunning views. We hiked for around two hours, walking through about half of the park. I took pictures with my Canon 70D and my 18-135mm lens.
I’ll admit to getting us a bit lost and we realized too late that we hadn’t parked at the main entrance, so asking for directions back to the start of the trail only got us more confused. With the help of the other hikers we met and a signpost depicting the park’s trails, we figured out how to get back to where we entered the park. But we definitely learned the importance of parking at the main entrance and bringing with a map.
I plan on returning in the near future to complete the second half of the trail which takes you on top of the cliffs we walked past (as can be seen in the background of the photo above). Fall may be a good time to go as I’d imagine the park would look beautiful dressed in autumn hues. Also, the cooler weather should mean fewer mosquitoes. But whatever the season, Mono Cliffs is definitely a beautiful park worth visiting.