We launched our canoe at this spot.
Beautiful fall colours. One reason we chose this place is because it is not as popular as Algonquin. We only saw one other person on the lake the entire time we were there.
The water was quite calm and created beautiful reflections.
We couldn't find the portage route to Crab Lake, so we ended up having lunch at the start of the route to Anstruther Lake.
Where we parked.
Beautiful day and place to have lunch.
We brought Bronte the dog with us.
Looking at something.
While paddling and looking for portage signs, we thought there was one because of the inukshuk on the water, but it didn't direct us to anywhere (except maybe to someone's cottage).
Beautiful fall colours at Wolf Lake.
We were lost for a moment but when we got back to land and looked at the map, it appeared that the portage route to Crab Lake was just at the next bay over where we had our lunch. Shoot!
Kawartha Highlands. Definitely recommend this place to people who want to see fall colours but don't want to be surrounded by tons of tourists like at Algonquin.