Mark S. Burnham Trail is a 1.6 mile loop trail located near Peterborough, Ontario, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and snowshoeing.
This is a great trail to stop off at if you're driving Highway 7 between Ottawa and the GTA. It's very easy access from the highway and its a nice break from all the driving. Lots of hardwood trees.
Really great little trail! It's not very strenuous or long, so it's a great trail if you want a outdoor respite for a little while to just get out and enjoy nature. It's really pretty in the fall when all the leaves are changing.
Great trail, primarily used as a rest stop or trail for dog walkers.
Short little trail. Very typical foliage of this area and very open. Nice for a stroll if your bored and passing by.