It's part of the Canadian sesquicentennial (150 year) anniversary coming up next year. (don't you just enjoy saying Sesquicentennial? Lovely word)
It is a short walk through trees and past huge glacial boulders (and when the trail splits, if you stay to the right it is a much more gentle climb to the top!)
Trees have been gently limbed to provide a view to the lake.
And there is a seat so you can 'set a spell' and enjoy the view. This would be a great place to take a picnic lunch. Grab something from Fork in the Road, Humble Piet Buttertart Factory or Miss Nelle's and hike on up.
The party came with Lions at the BBQ (or, as we say, a Lion in its natural habitat... our Lions are well known for cooking up a storm at most events around the Lake!)
A carrot cake, made by Cathy Lyle, easily takes the title of Best Carrot Cake EVER. To go with her award winning buttertarts. Yes, she'll be out with the Lions at Baysville Walkabout, so take some coin and some tastebuds and get a real treat.
There was a good turnout of people, including some of the Dwight Lions from the northern reach of the lake.
Lions got a Gazebo!!!!
Be sure to visit it this year.