A Drone Flight Through High Park's Fall Colours

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A Drone Flight Through High Park’s Fall Colours

A new drone video offers a different view of High Park.

Screenshot from the video "High Park Autumn in Toronto" by Ontaerial

Screenshot from the video “High Park Autumn in Toronto” by Ontaerial.


If you’ve ever spent an afternoon wandering around High Park, you know that surprises hide within. While most people know about the park’s excellent playground, the High Park Zoo, and its cherry blossom trees, there are other less well-known treasures there too–a statue of a hippie, heritage elements like Colborne Lodge, and other gems that might help a person see the 400-acre park in new ways.

YouTube user Ontaerial provides a different angle from which to see the west end Toronto park. With a DJI Phantom 3 Professional drone, viewers get a bird’s-eye view of the High Park foliage. Complete with shots of your favourite park attractions–and some that you may not be familiar with–it’s a fun way to see the grand old park.

Video after the jump.

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