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

hiking
icy
muddy
1 day ago

Good trail, snow packed down, so many options on trail. App was very useful

Did this one right after Hollidge! Well defined trail, fairly easy to navigate and a good length

One of worst trails I have ever done, was discusting so much dog crap everywhere. People were actually walking in it. Just before Davis Dr about halfway, there was people actually crapping in middle of trail when I walked by. People were ignorant, dogs were loose and some no idea where owners were. First impression of Uxbridge horrible I’ll never be back!!

hiking
2 days ago

This beautiful gem of a trail really got the sweat going for the size of it. Road is not maintained .5 of a mile to trailhead from main road. Looks to be well used trail with excellent views, would like to see in the fall. Trail inclines pretty good

Phone died halfway through the hike.... lol

My kids and I liked this trail, attaches to others

Novice trail at best. Decent scenery. Whoever has been driving their ATV's on the main trail has ruined the trail though. It's created very large dugouts. Veer off the main trail suggested by the ap and take the Trans Canada Trail. Much nicer and not ruined by ATV's.

Closed until end of December while they’re blowing snow!

hiking
icy
snow
3 days ago

Really pretty trail, definitely echoing other reviews that this is for sure a hike, not a walk. Can't imagine how lovely it must be in the summer if it's this nice in December. Bruce trail is always well marked, if you're planning on coming around this season expect LOTS of mud.

hiking
snow
3 days ago

What a fantastic trail. Dogs we met along trail, none were leashed. Good way to close trails

hiking
closed
icy
off trail
rocky
snow
4 days ago

hiking
muddy
4 days ago

Beautiful winter hike. Peaceful and quiet.

Great little trail close to town for a little winter walk. We passed one other couple on a Saturday morning. The trail was not technically hard and had some beautiful winter scenery, with the snow and cedars. There is a little stream and the remains of an old homestead. My Fitbit said about 4 km to do the red, yellow and green trail from the parking lot. Will definitely be back in the spring and fall to see how the trail is different in the seasons. I imagine with the density it may be buggy. There were signs the yellow trail was closed due to flooding, so likely wet in some boggy areas. Red and yellow trail not accessible, but there is a small, >1K loop that appears to be groomed for some with mobility challenges. Great little find close to home. There was a small sign at the trailhead that said no dogs. Red and yellow trail were well marked.

hiking
snow
4 days ago

hiking
snow
4 days ago

Beauty in the snow

hiking
no shade
5 days ago

Very interesting and winding trail to hike in the winter. There wasn't too much snow, but enough to cover stream making them not so obvious. This trail has many offshoots. It can used for hiking or mountain biking. There was evidence of both today. This trail is not marked at all. It's right by the 401 and train tracks, so, it's certainly not tranquil. I will certainly do this trail again.

Ok for a walk with the dog but very flat and boring

Did this trail in the summer. As mentioned, google the parking lot access to this, don’t use what all trails says. Nice run, one of my first trail runs. Easy, flat. Easily enough marked trail. Parts of the trail was closed but people were hopping over the barriers to see the falls. I’m planning on running it again this winter.

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