Seaton Hiking Trail

MODERATE 17 reviews

Seaton Hiking Trail is a 10 mile out and back trail located near Pickering, ON that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

10.0 miles 710 feet Out & Back

hiking

mountain biking

trail running

walking

views

Oak Ridges Morraine Trail Association , Admin PHONE: 905-833-6600

trail running
11 days ago

hiking
23 days ago

Nice for people with almost no hiking experience like myself haha

hiking
23 days ago

3 months ago

Not a very well maintained trail unfortunately. Started walking off of hey 7 entrance and after 10 minutes in, turned around and went back to the car because of fenced of area and on inviting sign that says use at own risk. Scary and no thank you. So much for this trail! Hope they can do some maintenance and bring it to life!

5 months ago

First time on the trail. Started at highway 7 and wandered through for a few kilometres. I wouldnt say its difficult at all but there is quite a few different routes you can take and the scenery isnt too shabby!

hiking
10 months ago

One of my favorite places in the city. Sneak off into a woodsy wonderland while minutes away from the hustle and bustle of Scarborough and pickering living. We sneak in a 24k (End to End and back) starting up at highway 7. Absolutely love this place! #noplaceidratherbe

1 year ago

It was scenic

Walk it almost every weekend. Challenging enough to maintain my interest.

hiking
1 year ago

Started the hike at Taunton and whites and did a loop around for a couple of hours. The view from the top is beautiful and it's nice hiking alongside the river when you get down. Well maintained trail.

We started at midpoint at Whitevale Road and Hwy27. From there you have an option of going south (approx. 5km) one way, or going north which a longer trip approx 8km) The hike is easy, well maintained and the surroundings are beautiful

hiking
1 year ago

trail running
1 year ago

Best trail running in the GTA! Ran the whole years ago, and part of it yesterday. We parked at Pine Ridge and ran from Beverley Morgan Park to Whites Rd and back, mostly barefoot. Starting from Beverley Morgan Park made route finding challenging and required wading across a stream, so only do that if you're looking for an adventure :)

1 year ago

cross country skiing
1 year ago

Terrible. Would not recommend. Drive 5mins to Rouge Valley instead for a more scenic, challenging, and fulfilling hike.

1 year ago

great variety in a southern GTA trail. worth a couple to few hours. some nice views down to the river at one point. good Saturday trail!

2 years ago

hiking
2 years ago