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This trail is at the Silver Creek Conservation Area. Free parking at Fallbrook Trail and side road 27. Perfect parking in between Silver Creek Conservation Area and Terra Cotta conversation Area. Trails here are great, couple of lakes all around and great dense forest with rocky terrain.
The 5km Bruce trail here is really great.

on Maple Ridge Loop

hiking
2 months ago

This short loop runs along 2 side trails and the main Bruce Trail. A couple of challenging bits, but very lovely.
Take both side trails and go down to the road and back around for 5 kms.

Love all the trails in the silvercreek area. They are some of the best! They are Rocky and hilly but that's what makes them great.

hiking
Sunday, May 21, 2017

Enjoyed this trail a lot. Lots of rocks to climb over, so it a quite challenging but keeps it exciting and fun. Saw lots of Trillium, a Garter snake or two, and many many insects.

hiking
Thursday, March 23, 2017

Very rocky terrain, with some steep hills to climb. Definitely would suggest good foot wear and go on a day when the ground will be dry and solid. Also, make sure you pay attention to the blazers as there are some sudden turns and places where the trail veers off into two which can be confusing.

hiking
Sunday, July 24, 2016

there are some challenging bits on this trail over boulders and uphill. there are some adorable little babbling brooks peppered along the way. unfortunately the markers for the trails aren't very well marked. just who's idea was it to put a white marker on a birch tree? we got nice and lost, Blair Witch project style. managed to find our car before nightfall, though. success.

I also got terribly turned around in this area. The blazers aren't as well maintained as i have seen on other sections of the bruce trail, and with all the sidetrails around, it's incredibly easy to get make a wrong turn and end up on the wrong side of a trail.

But the scenery and vegetation is amazing, and there are certain challenging areas over boulders i found very fun. Now that I have learned my lesson in terms of the trail mish-mash, I will definitely be returning.

hiking
Monday, May 23, 2016

fun little trail! there is even a bee keeper area.

I couldn't find the trailhead to this one.

on Speyside Trail

hiking
Sunday, May 22, 2016

This is a challenging route because there are so many rocks, but that's what makes it fun! Hiking from the Nassagaweya-Equesing Town Line trail and turning right onto the Bruce Trail and around the loop back to the Town Line is 10 kms. Great trail!

on Speyside Trail

hiking
Saturday, May 21, 2016

The loop from Nassagawya-Esquesing Town Line turning right onto the main Bruce Trail and looping around and back to the Town Line is 10 kms. It's a very challenging trail, with lots of rocks and roots, which makes it fun! Hikes this in May and saw lots of Trillium, a small bit of Columbine, White Violets, Jack-in-the-Pulpits, and a few other flowers.

hiking
Sunday, April 24, 2016

Love this area!! Good variety of trails, some challenging bits and the Creek is lovely.

walking
Thursday, October 01, 2015

The trail was beautiful and very scenic, however, it's a bit tricky to navigate the trails. There are multiple trails that branch out of the main trail and it can be a little confusing. I got lost for about 20 mins, but luckily I had the AllTrails app running that got me back on the main trail. I wouldn't recommend young children to join in on this trail as there are some rough terrain areas. I brought my dog who is very young and can handle the trail with ease, but you should not bring an older dog. I definitely would do this trail again, now that I am experienced with it, but I would proceed with caution if this will be your first hike on the trail.

hiking
9 months ago

hiking
10 months ago

hiking
Sunday, August 13, 2017

trail running
Sunday, April 16, 2017

Sunday, March 19, 2017

hiking
Saturday, March 11, 2017

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