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Excellent trail for silence and meditation.

11 days ago

Nice hike out today in the fresh snow. Easy trail for the most part, very well marked. It was our first time and we worried heading out that with the snow, way finding might be a challenge, but it is a very wide track most of the way up with signage all the way. Lots of interpretive signage as well if that's your cup of tea. It looks like the main trail continues after the cutoff for the summit, we followed it for a bit, but there wasn't any way finding in that section and with the snow it was hard to tell if were still on track. That section might be clearer in the summer.

The water fall on the right side going up is worth a side trip and a few minutes. The summit is quite nice with the highest views in the county to be had. Dog friendly. Nice outing, recommended.

19 days ago

Awesome trail. Only gets a bit tricky as you start to ascend. The first bit isn't too bad but the last bit up
The crack is a little more rough. Amazing views at the top so worth it. Slippery when wet but those leaves on the ground are sneakier. Would not do this with children under 10. Says its dog friendly but the last bit would be less so.

20 days ago

One of my most favorite trails in Ontario. Definitely do it! The difficulty depends on your physical state. I hiked it with my 10 year old daughter and she didn't think the hike was challenging.

Good for rollerblading

Liked it alot. So many trails to explore. Nice creeks that will be nice to chill by in the warm months.

Very nice trail! Takes about an hour to do and there's a nice old car in the woods about 10mins into the hike. Pretty cool to see:) Beautiful views especially if you explore abit off track !

1 month ago

Hiked twice with my mastiff this year! What a great trail with beautiful views

Nice quick hikes. The best part is the spring itself with the rare algaes with very cool colours. Hikes are short and quick.