Explore the most popular nature trips trails near Mulmur with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Disappointed - Lots of garbage, very mucky and horse excrement mid trails, I turned around and left 2 km in. There are much nicer trails in the area

use this trail often quite and peaceful

Run this trail often. one of my favourites! watch out for the hill of despair after some pretty bridges! There's is also a porcupine that lives in a hollowed out tree roughly 1.5km down the trail in the forest after the farm field. watch your pup especially if they are off leash.

Very beautiful spot, but in March bring spikes for the icey sections of the trail !

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5 months ago

Beautiful trail, well marked and extremely clean! Great for kids and dog. We went in the beginning of March and it was pretty icy in some spots (be careful with children!!!). It can get a little steep in some areas that are then exasperated by the ice but go slow and it’s totally doable. We went with a dog and an 8 year old and while it took us a bit longer, it was manageable. Lots of creeks to cross but all of them are very crossable! Part of the trail runs on a service road (700 m?) but it’s quick and we only saw 1 car. Be mindful of dogs off leash here, there are many regulars that do not leash their dogs.

beautiful rolling hills and an amazing panoramic view.

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Saturday, April 08, 2017

Beautiful in the winter. Had so much fun with my two young boys.

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Sunday, September 18, 2016

Great for the family. Not a busy trail. It has a lot of wildlife and change in scenery and topograph. I highly recommend

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