Easy trail hike, but when you get there late it would be nice if remaining staff were able to direct you to the actual trail, rather than say " I don't know exactly where it starts"
Other than that trail was OK...

Terrific family hike...not difficult, nice views, not overly busy.

This is a nice family easy trail. I enjoy walking around both ponds instead of going the traditional route. It's longer and more scenic

Biking trail can be tough sometimes as there some steep slopes, however it's really nice to bike right beside the lake!

hiking
2 days ago

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Good experience hiking around the Tews Falls, Webster Falls and Dundas Peak. The route however from Webster Falls to Tew Falls has been closed permanently, because a portion of the trail is on private land, and the owner has revoked access to the public - so we had to drive to the other trail. It cost $10 for parking, and $5 per person ($20 in total for me) but this did include admission to Tews Falls, Webster Falls and Christie Lake. The trails are not well tagged, and we did end up going too far off the course - thank goodness for google maps.

Terrible access from Leslie and Steeles. Nice part of the trail is near the Don Mills entrance. Don Mills area has nice parks and a wide paved path - good for young kids. Trail follows a drainage ditch not a river. Disappointed.

mountain biking
12 days ago

Great trails. Lots of hills and rooty sections

13 days ago

Nicely shaded and easy terrain, I took my son in a stroller and it was a nice time. Looking forward to another hike soon.

hiking
15 days ago

The trail head is approximate one km East from the point shown on the app. Follow Bridge St East into University and look for the white blaze and trail on your left. The trail is beautiful. It heads North West and you end up downtown St. Jacobs.

great place to walk your dog

Very pretty landscape. Mountains, prairies, cattle, CP rail trains, River, trees, wild life… Pretty much everything Alberta has to offer all in one spot. Pathways are all gravel or paved so I would describe it as more of a walk than a hike.

hiking
18 days ago

I was amazed that this trail was so close to Markham. It is truly beautiful and serene. It follows a river for most of the trail along with some forays into the woods. The trail is easy and suitable for family hikes for the first mile starting at Whitevale road (where it is labelled Seaton Trail South. After the first Mile going South, there are some significant elevation changes and some steep cliffs - less advisible for young children or those who are looking for an easy stroll. It was a good workout out and back for a very fit middle aged individual.

mountain biking
19 days ago

mountain biking
19 days ago