Did this trail before it got touristy. It’s not an easy trail, you want to ensure you’re wearing appropriate footwear! But it’s absolutely breathtaking in many ways!

Beautiful view from the Suspension Bridge. The light sway of the bridge while crossing was enjoyable, even with a fear of heights. Drumlin Trail was a good one.

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rocky
1 day ago

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bugs
muddy
1 day ago

Lots of great spots to stop and rest at gorgeous views. Good if you like slightly rough paths without many hills. Defiantly be where it proper boots cuz there’s streams you gotta jump over(like 2 feet across) or walk on logs to get across. Great views though

Great little hike! I brought my mom for her first trail hike and she loved it!! We saw a beaver!!

I would recommend this trail if you're looking for a long walk with scenic trails. You'll see a variety from forestry to open plains, lots of uphill and climbing depending on the trails you choose. You can choose to make this walk longer than the estimated 1:30 by trying all the different routes available. Next time I visit, I'll try other trails in this park, because there's lots of choices. Oh and I pulled in around 8:30am, parking was free (gates open).

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3 days ago

How far to to the little falls?

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3 days ago

Excellent trail with great variety of views. Make it a loop. I did it with my dog on leash . We connected it into another loop and had a 26 km hike. Ups and downs, lake view , rocky sections, open stretches..it’s one of my new favourites..

Very nice trail. Pretty lookouts over the water. Only downfall was my dog was covered in ticks!! Will leave her at hone next time hiking this trail

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bridge out
4 days ago

This is one of the nicest trails around Kingston. Probably around 2 hours and lots of bridges, small lakes and squirrels on the trail. Perfect for going around 5 o’clock and coming back at 7 in the evening for a calm temperature.

Great for family.

muddy
5 days ago

A favourite! We looped back around to the corridor trail instead of doing the out-and-back and much preferred that way. The trail changes from flat terrain to rocky more moderate paths. Lots of wildlife - we saw a rat snake, beaver, and many frogs.

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5 days ago

This trail connects to other trails and loops throughout the park, and is perfect for creating and planning your own route. Some parts are better maintained than others - watch out for muddy areas and broken bridges.

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5 days ago

A fairly nice trail that's well maintained and perfect for entry level hikers! Lots of steps. Saw a few beavers in the lake. Definitely a favourite for a short trip.

A little bit of trail, back alleys and road.

Road walking and ticks. Check yourself and your pups :)

It was an amazing trail! Constant views which was nice! There are a couple creeks to cross which was a happy challenge! Since the area is Crown land, it got a little awkward walking through people’s camp sites but other then that, the waterfall was an absolute treat! You can see someone tried to tag the trail, but I will say it’s easy to wonder elsewhere! The tags aren’t very consistent, so you have to pay close attention! I’d do it again though!

very nice trail. many loops and swoops which make for a challenging hike. beautiful views

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6 days ago

Very level trail, mostly grassy and open, with short sections that take you through the woods. Not exciting in terms of views or terrain.

Great hike for kids and first time hikers. We've done this trail a few times and always enjoy stopping for a picnic at Buckhorn.

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7 days ago

Off trail of Little Rouge River -moderate

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muddy
7 days ago

Did the clockwise route today and turns out I like odd days way better. Trucking through mud for the first 12km, felt like a lot less downhill runs too. Bike wash is a much needed perk of this trail tho, certainly saved my interior today. Not a bad ride but will aim for odd days from now on, the west side is way more fun going counter clockwise.

Perfect trail if you want something easy with beautiful scenery.

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8 days ago

Good trail and great conditions. Easily make it as short or as long as you want

AllTrails is missing some of the trail updates and bypasses that match the Bruce Trail. The beginning of this map isn’t actually where the trail starts either. That part of the trail on Appleby that comes out on Campbellville Rd. was closed due to COVID. Great trek though, challenging enough with the rocks and roots!

Nice, short trail. only about two sections with some rough terrain. The rest stop at the end is a great place to relax and have some lunch

Absolutely awesome. So many water features/pond/lakes. Saw salamanders, toads, hawks, lots of birds. The landscape was amazing and the views....brilliant. We’ll be back to do it again

Nice long trail on the east side of Algonquin park. Can be done in one long day, or broken into 2 or 3 days. As of late May the road into Achray was closed, so in total the walk to the trailhead and loop was about 23km which took us 7-8 hours. The NE side of the trail near Bucholtz lake has some fun boulders to hop over, and a small but acceptable campsite. At the far end of the trail there's a fantastic falls with places to swim and sunbathe and a rock water slide. There's an easy cheater's trail connected to the falls so when we went on a Saturday it was packed with city folk with flip flops and beer coolers. The SW side of the trail along Stratton lake has some really nice campsites, including one with a bunch of great rock benches to sit on. Lots of bugs along the trail.

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