Explore the most popular Bird Watching trails in Canada with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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14 hours ago

This one was unique, unlike woods and forests this one was rocky and sandy historical place. Hiked in the month of July actually so weather was accommodating for camping as well. Scenic view of milk river, wind blowing through face, ancient rocks - everything was enthralling

Nice trail - especially for a leisure walk in fall. Advised not to go alone that was a bit scary but all in all enjoyed stairs, woods and little creek inside

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closed
muddy
rocky
washed out
15 hours ago

Amazing seaside trail. Due to Dorian partly closed.

hiking
17 hours ago

Amazing trail in the fall but the dog was covered in tics after. Not one or two, but too many to COUNT.... Dose your dog first or don't take them!

hiking
18 hours ago

Nothing hard here, but beautiful all around. Very relaxing.

hiking
19 hours ago

I am obsessed with this trail. It’s quite short (only about half an hour), but now that Moose Lake is frozen and covered with snow, it is dreamlike. I’ve never been surrounded by such pure silence. The trail is doable without cleats, but it’s entirely frozen by now, so be careful. Moose Lake is my new favorite short hike!

Great trail, a little muddy on the perimeter but nothing you can’t walk around or jump over. What a beautiful place we have in the middle of the city. It’s a little piece of heaven on earth for humans a dogs alike!

I’ve done the North section of the trails multiple times. They’re aren’t well labeled so you do end up having to use your phone a fair bit to see where you are going but worst case it all looks around. Very peaceful, usually don’t end up seeing many people. The summer I went and the mosquitoes were unreal. This fall my dog and I went and I found 5 ticks on her so be aware of ticks too! But a great trail. Beautiful in the winter.

path poorly indicate and c really a trail moderer a lot of roots rocks trees fall but very beautiful place

Nice hike and interesting ruins, but the Meech bridge to the waterfall is currently closed.

Difficult but worth it once complete. We hiked while it rained the whole time. It was slightly slippery but cooling at the same time. We do not hike very often but completed it in 1 hr 30 min.

Walked the trail yesterday. Icy south end of the trail for a couple kms as the sun doesn't really hit that side of the mountain. The rest of the loop was dry and clear.

Beautiful and well maintained, mostly lakeside forest

Fun short hike with breathtaking lakes. Try to go when it’s sunny to get the most out of the water’s color.

A few corrections. Trail only goes 5 miles east from Beachville and does not reach Woodstock. Trail is mostly flat and considered easy. There is a river but no lake. The part west from Beachville is not fully connected yet and should be accessed from Domtar Line only as coming in from the west end require you to trespass on CN railway property and very close to very active railway tracks. More information on the Oxford County Trails Council web site. http://www.oxfordcountytrailscouncil.ca/ Here is an up to date map http://www.oxfordcountytrailscouncil.ca/images/stories/pdf/Oxford%20Thames%20River%20Trail%20map.pdf

Unfortunately, we had a rainy day, so we did not see the view at the top. Beautiful hike with some apical tips for thirty students. _______________________________________________ Unfortunately, we had a rainy day, so we did not see the view from the top. Beautiful hike with some challenges for about thirty students.

perfect trail for a family walk. the north loop is blocked off by trees, and no one has really used it, but we walked some of it. Was really fun exploring it with my daughter!

the wildlife through here is absolutely unreal! even on a busy day it was such a pleasure to walk through here :)

Great trail!! Be mindful of the rocky terrain and make sure to wear proper footwear. I am in need of new hiking shoes so I wore some sturdy runners and I was okay. My dog loved it, we got some nice views and beautiful fall colours. I leashed her most of the way as it is rocky and I am weary of the escarpment cracks. If you are looking for a challenge and views definitely check it out!

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bugs
over grown
1 day ago

We all came out of this one with a few too many ticks on us

beautiful fall trail. a lot of highway noise at part of the trail

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