Snowdon Park – Minden Hills

On December 31, 2018 I went for a walk with family to Snowdon Park, just a short drive east of Minden. This was our first visit to this 460 preserve.

Needless to say, going in the middle of winter results in plain white snow covered photographs. So my search was to find something … anything of interest that wasn’t simply a tree covered in snow. During our visit we walked most of the trail system except the one large loop that has an old abandoned car. That would have made for an interesting photo and in hindsight I should have requested we find the car, but that will have to be for another visit.

Snowdon Park is a pet friendly trail system that consists of wetlands and woods. It isn’t a park for powered vehicles (i.e. ATV) and it isn’t for camping. Our winter walk was very reminiscent of a walk we took previously at Emily Tract, next to Emily Park in Omemee.

During this outing I took the Fuji XT2 and the Canon FD 24mm F2.8 SCC.