Gold Trail is a 1.5 mile trail located near Central Huron, Ontario, Canada. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and snowshoeing and is accessible year-round.
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The "Gold" trail is identified as the "Yellow" trail on my Hullett Wildlife Area map (2013-2014 edition). This is my review of the "Yellow" trail. The yellow trail forms a short loop, and connects with the Blue Trail. The Yellow Trail is probably the most accessible trail in the Hullett Wildlife Area, and ideal for families with small children. It runs through a mature, closed-canopy Maple forest, that was formerly used for the production of maple syrup. A "sugar shack" is visible near the blue trail, close to the parking area on Wildlife Line. Most people who hike the Yellow Trail also hike the connecting Blue Trail which makes a great short loop, and this loop is very likely the most-hiked area in Hullett, and strongly recommended!