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Did the trail last Saturday morning. Well marked and very busy with great views from Dog Mt. Not very challenging for a moderate trail but some tricky footing with the roots. We came back via Suicide Bluffs which made the total length closer to 6.6km and only saw two other people on this section. Stunning views from the lookout before (clockwise travel) Suicide Bluff also. Bugs not bad at all this time of year either.

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2 days ago

Nice hike but I would rate it more as an easy/intermediate as it has lots of up and down great view spot to rest though when you get up to the top. It can be fairly busy however so not the most peaceful

hiking
3 days ago

Very challenging and hard trail, but very nice. We started from Deep cove and made it all up to the deep backcountry of Elsey Lake. We were sleeping in the hut where a mouse was providing us a companionship. Next day were the peaks of Mt. Seymour on the programm, with a beautiful view. Nice hike which took us 2 times a 8 hours walk. We were really lucky with the weather.

Patrick

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6 days ago

normally love this hike and as I'm not from the area, was very excited to get up there yesterday to do it again. unfortunately, we decided to turn back to the car before we even made it to the trail head. to say it was buggy is an understatement. we felt like we were in Steven King's "the mist". you couldn't take a step without having atleast three fly into your face, one in your ear and a couple in your nose or mouth. it was brutal! And we weren't the only ones. people were running back to their cars, covering their faces lol. will try again in a few weeks. hopefully the bugs will have died down a bit by then, the more the snow melts and the drier it gets.

but the hike itself is beautiful. beautiful view at the top. moderately challenging for people who aren't super fit and athletic but more nice weather hikers, which I like because I can't do super challenging but easy is too easy most of the time. it can be slippery with some tricky footing so wear good shoes, probably actual hiking boots, though I've done it in runners but at times had to be extra careful not to twist an ankle.

snowshoeing
7 days ago

Our favourite snowshoe trail!

hiking
8 days ago

Nice easy and beautiful walk

walking
9 days ago

Super easy trail, more like a walk in the park. Gets very crowded on weekends, so go early. I actually saw someone walk up in flip flops!

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9 days ago