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Fallowfield, Ontario Map

Great trail... until the last section where you have to walk along the side of a busy road rather than in the woods.

Not super scenic. No washrooms. Wide, level terrain in most areas makes it stroller accessible.

This was our first hike in a very long time and didn't go as expected. If you're new to this trail take note, We headed along the trail to point A which is located on the long straight section just before the first burn area (in white) then proceeded to point B which is the point where this map turns right. Unfortunately most of the signs are facing away from you as you walk, The B post was behind some branches in the direction we were walking but was clear if approached from the opposite side. We missed it and proceeded to Richmond Road. Also note, the side trails at the burn area is not marked, We saw an area that had been walked on but didn't think it was an official trail and given the warning not to walk on the new growth, we didn't go that way. We plan to try it again maybe next month.

I previously wrote that the Jack Pine trail is the nicest in the green belt (and I consider the Jack Pine trail to be on the other side of Moodie Drive) and while I still consider that to be true, the Lime Kiln trail has some charms too. There is a really nice stand of birth trees at the start of the trail and the "ruins" of the Lime Kiln are interesting. There are some chickadees here who will eat out of your hand - but not as many as in the Chipmunk/Beaver trails.