Straying away from our usual haunts, Nat and I took a quick hike down Exshaw Trail, a relatively flat creek bed walk with lots of route finding.
A pipeline was our guide for the first 1km or so. It's not always easy to remember that without the early development of some of our natural resources, a lot of the easy access to our favorite places might not exist:
A reminder that winter was not far away:
The trail was mostly a riverbed, with lots of creek crossings thrown in. The perfect flat hike with a few footing and terrain challenges to keep you on your (often wet) feet.
Come spring, we'll be back to see how we fare with considerably more water running through this creek!