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Was pleasantly surprised to find this hidden gem. Took my very energetic dog for an hour and a half walk. Very picturesque and hearing the sound of moving water is very relaxing. Only met three other people on our whole walk. So peaceful!

I’m sure it would have been pretty neat. Only way down is a grate stairway. Probably 120 stairs and we didn’t make it because my girlfriend was too nervous.

Beautiful trails. 3 different trails to choose from. A 7km and two 4km options.

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4 days ago

Freshly fallen snow, giant pines, and gorgeous water. I felt safe walking through with my krampons but it may have been a bit slick with some swampy and snowy areas had we not had the proper gear.

Awesome trails. Loads of fun. Great in the winter time too!

Good outing ....esp fun in the winter time.

To all the dog walkers out there using Walter Bean Trail, came across Coyote Scat this afternoon, close to pioneer tower. The brush is really over grown in parts which of course is fabulous to our non domestic four legged friends.

absolutly love this trail. one of my favorite in the area! so much to explore off the trail. all though you have to cross restricted areas. but if your risk taker its worth it.

Great trail. Challenging with lots of up and down sections. Well marked and easy to stay on the trail. Will definitely be back.

Totally trashed right now - trees down everywhere, uncleared brush, impassable trail really:( Came here to go geocaching and all the geocaches have been bulldozed over!

took my mom for a bit of exercise. she loved the carvings. we did the boardwalk around the lake. super easy. very good route for those that have their mobility challenged.

It was a decent hike. Pretty short and easy.

There are two big hill to go up. The one with the wide steps is awkward to climb. Difficult if you are 86 years old.

hiking
8 days ago

Rocky start, but the views are amazing!

9 days ago

Nice. Saw lots of deer

hiking
9 days ago

The highway noise was pretty loud and I found the trail really short and not much of a challenge. The forest was pretty though.

Easy trail as it is mostly flat. Lots of various trails this you can adjust how long you want to be out there. Trails and waypoints are well marked. Chickadees come easily to feed out of your hands, bring the kids. Do not however leave valuables in plain sight in your vehicle!

Where do I find the veterans road entrance

lovely trail. gem in the city.

hiking
12 days ago

It was done in a group. So couldn’t leave. It was just an ok trail. But I would never do it again. There’s so many beautiful ones out there.

hiking
12 days ago

To date my most favorite hike. The provincial park was closed so there was no fee. You park at the gate and walk a short distance to the discovery centre where the trail head begins. After walking over some nice boardwalks you can then pick your trail. The Quiddity, a short in and out 2.4 kms or the Tallow Rock East or West. I took the east and have to say I was not disappointed. The entire trail was very well marked. Lake views, forest, beaver damns, as well as beautiful little bridge that linked 2 islands. The Tallow Rock loop is 10k but as suggested I took the Bachs look out detour. The highlight of the hike. The views are def worth the extra 1.5 k. It was a great place to lunch and rest for the remaining 5 k. Next major stop was Hollow Rock bay, a picnic area, porta potty and what looks like a sandy beach. Just beautiful. The remain 4 kms are meadow and forest. No water views. I hike for exercise and this was pretty much just a flat walk out through the forest, but given the length of this trail and the constant up and down it was a nice easy walk. I cannot wait to go back

Beautiful trail. Clean and well marked. Will definitely come back again.

Nice stroll, not many people.

Short but sweet! Great views, beautiful forest and fun scrambles through the caves. Best quick hike in the area. If anyone is confused, this trail is referred to as the "Standing Rock and Caves" side trail in the Bruce Trail guide. "Singhampton Caves" is actually a larger loop that also contains this side trail.

hiking
13 days ago

Amazing gift to the community. Well marked and maintained trail system. Great views from the top of the bluff.

hiking
13 days ago

I wanted to love this trail. We hiked it in early November, and it may as well have been early spring. There was mud and mucky stuff all the way around, and we probably had to veer around these very wet areas at least 50 times in the course of the hike. Also there were at least six trees down across the path. If the path were way drier, and clearer, it would have been a great. Beautiful views, but not worth it when it’s this wet.

hiking
13 days ago

Beautiful views from the escarpment. Well maintained.

13 days ago

Lots of people bring their dogs and let them off leash. It’s a great place to let puppies play!

hiking
13 days ago

Magical moments of falling autumn leaves and mossy logs embedded in leafy carpets. Nice rolling pace gave nice diversity and bits of challenge. Lots of spin-off loops to extend and customize the kike like the "Dundas Valley Trail" combo in this app. It started off quiet and peaceful at 8 am, but got a bit busy and family-oriented by 11.

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