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backpacking
23 hours ago

Just an update on this beautiful trail . This trail is currently being completed from Breamar Road north to Hickson . It is being cleared this week and the bridge is scheduled to go in next week . I battled the trail one last time in it's overgrown / impassable state just for the challenge of it . I hope that opening it up doesn't cause this trail to loose it's quiet remoteness . It was nice eating lunch rations sitting on the huge bridge abutment listening to the babbling creek taking in the solitude . A wealth of thanks needs to go out to the volunteers who made this trail available to everyone ! Thanks !!!

Pretty but too short...

Nice easy walk with Linda

Very pleasant urban walk

Awesome trail with diverse terrain, my dogs & I had a fantastic time. May not be suitable for all dogs.

Very pleasant walk in the park.
Very easy. A Beach walk.
Walked for about 2 hours - lots of cyclists.

hiking
2 days ago

Great trail half hour from GTA( Toronto)

hiking
2 days ago

hiking
2 days ago

The trail shown here is actually a combination of the old logging trail and Silver peak trail. The old logging trail isn't maintained and a vast majority of the trail isn't easily done. Portions that are obvious is filled with very dense young and short trees preventing any sort of passage or it's heavily obstructed by fallen trees and dense vegetation. The old logging trail is a dense 5 km to the Silver peak trail. GPS is a must and constant reorienting is needed! I wouldn't suggest this route. We had to turn back after 2 hours on the old logging trail since it took much longer than expected. Use a canoe through Bell lake to the start of Silver Peak trail instead. There's Killarney Kanoes that you can rent from in Bell Lake.