A Spectacular Summer Hike on the Doe Lake Trail – Frontenac Provincial Park

Take a summer’s day stroll down the Doe Lake Trail with me, in this blog overflowing with images.

Doe Lake Trail

3.0 km | Rated easy to moderate

1 to 1.5 hours to complete

125+ photos

Travel Date: July 17th, 2018


Crossing the Arab Gorge boardwalk

Starting on the Doe Lake Trail
|Reverse Direction|

Into the woods

Over the hill

One of four beaver ponds on the trail

Heading towards the lake

A snake slithering, disappearing into the lichen.

I love moss and lush green environments. I always stop for photos.

Through the woods and up a natural stone staircase.

Coming up to Doe Lake.

At the edge of Doe Lake.

Spectacular views of Doe Lake.

Almost halfway.

Beaver Pond
Midway point on the Doe Lake Trail

A little glimpse of Doe Lake.

Lookout over Doe Lake | Stop #6

Trails through the greenery

Another beaver pond

Looking out over South Otter Lake

Wildlife action on the trail

Erratic Boulders

South Otter Lake &
Kayakers in the distance

Lookout over South Otter Lake

The last leg of the Doe Lake Trail

๐Ÿ“ Frontenac Provincial Park, Ontario
๐ŸŒฒ Traditional lands of the Anishinabewaki แŠแ“‚แ”‘แ“ˆแฏแ—แ‘ญ, and, Mississauga


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