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Awesome beautiful hike in the snow season! Definitely recommend spikes of some sort for your boots. As of right now, snowshoes aren’t needed. Mostly packed down snow with a little icy patches sticking out in some spots. If you decided to hike further to the ink pots, be ready for some incline! Happy trails!

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muddy
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scramble
1 day ago

The warmer temps this week seemed to have melted the ice and snow away. A bit slick in spots because of recent rain, but we made it to the peak and enjoyed some gorgeous views before the clouds set in. Definitely a steep trail and one I wouldn’t want to do in freezing temps with ice on the trail!

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icy
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snow
1 day ago

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snow
1 day ago

Great trail! Really well packed down. I would consider this an easy trail and doable for everyone. Few icy spots on the trail that spikes would be a benefit but easy enough to do without.

This was a great winter trail for beginning of December! Well trafficked and not too much trudging through snow. Great views not too much elevation gain.

hiking
1 day ago

This beautiful gem of a trail really got the sweat going for the size of it. Road is not maintained .5 of a mile to trailhead from main road. Looks to be well used trail with excellent views, would like to see in the fall. Trail inclines pretty good

Beautiful winter hike! Incline was very gentle with a couple steep sections. the waterfalls were frozen over beautifully. Had great photo opportunities. went early morning and the trail was lightly trafficked. By 1130am large groups were traveling up the hills.

My kids and I liked this trail, attaches to others

It’s and in and out, rather a full loop.

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snow
2 days ago

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rocky
scramble
2 days ago

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snow
2 days ago

Beautiful trail! Snow packed down in most areas, great for an afternoon walk. I thought I would bring my skiis and try skiing but I think the trail needs to see a few more inches of snow before and a bit of trail maintenance, plus the outer loop has a few really steep sections so maybe not advisable for beginner skiers (like myself). Trail took <2 hours with the added sections in the middle! Great signage and clear paths. Only a couple cars in the morning but parking lot busy when leaving (around 230pm) so might be something to think about if your timing your walk around seeing other people!

Novice trail at best. Decent scenery. Whoever has been driving their ATV's on the main trail has ruined the trail though. It's created very large dugouts. Veer off the main trail suggested by the ap and take the Trans Canada Trail. Much nicer and not ruined by ATV's.

hiking
2 days ago

Easy access along a logging road with a cute little trail off the road through a 1940s cut, with original split-log road! Very quiet and serene lake with a couple great spots for lunch. We were socked in so decided to leave the trail to the viewpoint overlooking Stave, until next time. We will be back!

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snow
2 days ago

Great barrier to the wind on cold days! Frequented by locals.

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snow
2 days ago

Closed until end of December while they’re blowing snow!

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icy
snow
2 days ago

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snow
2 days ago

Around lake was packed and good for hiking. Went up to Emerald basin and snowshoed breaking trail with about 6 inches of fresh snow (on top of about a 3 foot base). Beautiful sunny day and a great 11k hike.

Really pretty trail, definitely echoing other reviews that this is for sure a hike, not a walk. Can't imagine how lovely it must be in the summer if it's this nice in December. Bruce trail is always well marked, if you're planning on coming around this season expect LOTS of mud.

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snow
2 days ago

Nice and enjoyable trail. Compact snow till the lake. Lake completely frozen but gorgeous view. Two hours till the lake and one hr back to the car park.

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