Explore the most popular forest trails near Erin Woods with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

good hike - still had snow on the trail in some areas, but manageable to get past it. views were awesome at the top. we didn't go far along the ridge at the top, just did the summit hike.

Great family hike.

One of my favs! Great short hike with amazing views. May 15/18 - Trail very muddy as still lots of snow melting off. Sections of waist deep snow all the way up. Dry and clear once you pass the treeline.

Connect to coxhill for a point to point. Great hike along nice open ridges

Great hike with stunning views at the top!! Nov 27/17 Trail was well worn so no spikes needed. Extremely windy on top.

We did Tyrwhitt to Highwood— magnificent view!

Good trail.

The first half of this hike was fantastic, beautiful time of year to be out in the mountains. Unfortunately the conditions once we crested were extremely windy and hiking the ridge line was sketchy due to this. The way down from Pocaterra was very difficult and you need to be very aware of hikers above you sending down rocks, not for the casual hiker or faint of heart. All in all it was a great day, just be aware the the "Hard" designation is not wrong on this one.

We hiked this 3x in a week in June, so beautiful, one of our favourite, the only issue is you have to drive in dirt road 18 kms.

Always a favourite. Easy hike.

Did it today with my sister who is a beginner hiker. Beginning is switch-backs, manageable for a beginner if you take your time. There wasn't another soul on the trail. Being just the two of us made me worry about bears in the open parts, but luckily all we saw for wildlife were some chipmunks. Great views at the top from both sides. Would recommend.

This is an great hike it's similar to tunnel mountain if you have ever hiked that one. The approach/drive is down dirt road a ways a way. Definitely worth the drive!

Nice walking trail not too steep perfect for beginners

About 35 min on a dirt road to reach the base. Decent climb, we had snow the night before so quite wet. Poles are a help. Not to steep, just a steady uphill climb. The views at the summit are spectacular! Would definitely recommend this hike. My husband did it with our one year old on his back, and me with a small dog. Fun for the whole family as it took about 3 hours.

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