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Beautiful quiet scenery nice and close to the city. The perfect forest escape.

Very easy trail. Well marked throughout. Crosses a few other trails along the way.

Great scenery and well labelled!

It is a pretty park like setting with beautiful birds filling the air in song, easy to walk, and for the most part rubbish free. Unfortunately, there are too many soaking wet dogs off leash trying to shake or rub on you. I would not go back

Great view, beautiful hike. Make sure to bring lots of water and good shoes, there is a lot of muddy spots to cross and water. This hike took us 5 hours in total but we did stop for a 20 min brake. I would definitely come back and do it again!

Nice trail! Well marked. Trailhead was easy to find.

One of the best trails so far!

Excellent trail!

Excellent hiking trail in the summer and cross country ski trail in the winter! Will not disappoint!!

Very nice easy trail in good condition in early May.

11 days ago

Nice trail .... good for beginners and kids.

my friend and I are from Winnipeg and we were looking for something fun and somewhere with elevation:p
we took A loop hike and it was a fun and easy hike
there was no major snow on the ground and the pods were manageable
highly recommended for people who wanna get out of their cities and have fun

14 days ago

Very peaceful walk, generally runners use it so you’ll probably pass a couple people. Love walking my dog here.

beautiful trail.

Just did this hike during spring (Late April) so there were still patches of snow on the ground. Temperature was about 18c which made perfect hiking temperature. You might have difficulty finding the trail head so just stop in at the Falcon Lake resort chalet or canteen and ask one of the friendly staff. The beginning of the hike is mostly on a back service road which eventually brings you to an easy to follow path that moves through the trees over top of the rocky Canadian Shield. This brings you to an overlook of falcon lake with a bench at the top. Great view for a packed lunch or snack. The second half of the hike is slightly longer, still through the trees until you get back to the service road you were once on. Overall an enjoyable hike, quite manageble for beginner hikers or children. A leisurely hour long hike with some slight elevation and a great view at the top.

Went with my puppy and my boy on the long route today. Great trail. My dog had trouble on the incline/declines just cuz he’s only got 3 legs and it still is pretty muddy out there, came home with some wet feet. I love this trail regardless though, perfect for anyone who wants a bit of a challenge but doesn’t want to spend a full day on a trail. Awesome views

Great Lake loop! Ran into some bears as well!
Great changes in trail conditions, mostly dry, however does have some muddy spots. Try it out

Easy and fun....take the grandchildren!!!

Love this trail. Have to cross river on foot...wear good shoes and take a walking stick. Make noise to let bears know you are in their neighbourhood.

A nice afternoon walk, shelter at the end on the lake with a fire pit to have lunch. The optional longer loop is a little muddy but not too bad.

Would rate for beginner, not moderate. Trail well marked, small amount of deadfall but still very manageable.

Such an awesome easy going trail to Kinosao Lake.

25 days ago

good easy trail to ease the kids back into hiking. trails are well kept, and the play ground along the way was a lot of fun and a great place to stop for a picnic

very nice trails! went with the kids, difficult first half with the stroller but was still very fun! had a good work out!

It was difficult to actually find the trail. Ended up in the bush and eventually finding the path. Needs to be marked better. The trail itself is alright. Just a gravel path.

1 month ago

Awesome trail in any season! Very challenging but fun!

1 month ago

Love love love this trail. Making it to the end hut and back is a serious challenge. Took us about 6 hours to complete, which included a swim/lunch break at the end. If you want to do a shorter hike ~3 hours there is a great halfway point with a rock, swimming area and firespot. Pretty difficult terrain, wouldn't want to be walking it in the rain.

1 month ago

Still a little icy and snowy but a beautiful trail. This is our first time on this trail and we loved it. The partially frozen falls are super cool! We did both All Season Loop and Summer Loop extension. Trail is in good shape for this time of year, just watch the ice.

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