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Great trails with some beautiful scenery however found it very confusing at times and ended up walking down the highway back to the parking lot.

9 hours ago

Amazing trail with lots of waterfalls and lakes and a amazing lookout..wow!!

An beautiful hike! Keep your eyes on the ground and you’ll spot some arctic plants thanks to the unique climate Superior creates. The White River Suspension Bridge is a real treat at the end!

I took an early morning stroll around this little loop and was in awe of how beautiful and peaceful it was. Excellent way to start the day!

Lovely in the fall! With a keen eye able to spot a variety of birds as well.

Accidentally found this trail to start the Forks of the Credit loop trail, since we couldn’t find parking on a crowded weekend. Nice long trail, easy access to lots of other trails. Well maintained and not as crowded. Lots to see on this trail.

Beautiful area BUT. Should not be rated easy if you're on a bike. Pros will love it, but this trail has many walk-your-bike sections. No trail markers and dozens of side trails... easy to get turned around or outright lost. Lots of logs you have to hop over, plenty of sandy sections to big down in. Again a beautiful spot, but not easy.

great place nice view. Great off trial challenges.

A lot of incline, especially for my four year old but worth it for the breathtaking lookout

Great trail. It lies when it says it’s 3.4km. I tracked it and it was 4.4 km lol

Wonderful hiking and a great spot! Beautiful Fall colours.

Excellent fall hike

nature trips
1 day ago

Falls are right near the road so no hiking required to see them. but the trail network in the area is great and well marked so might as well go for a hike after see the falls!

if you don't climb down the hill (ropes are provided) to the bottom of the falls then the hiking should really be rated as easy rather than moderate. most people I saw weren't going down to the bottom and ot totally an optional thing. The rest of the hiking is easy on well marked trails through the woods and valleys. Nice fall hike!

1 day ago

Beautiful walk through sunlit trails.

1 day ago

One of many pretty trails. Easy walk.

Absolutely Awsome trail for walking

The trails were lovely and well kept but the parking situation was terrible. When we arrived we had to park in the overflow lot, no problem, however, once we returned from our hike we were blocked in! We managed to squeeze out of our spot only to become frustrated by traffic entering the park. Cars were parked on both sides of the street only allowing for traffic to flow in one direction. Overall a disappointing end to an otherwise lovely day.

Was jam-packed with family picnics in the area. The river weaving through the trees and forests is ideal for scenic photos, however (as mentioned) it can be difficult to find an empty spot to sit and enjoy the view, or the view is obstructed with overcrowding

great trail network! beautiful with the fall colors. It was fairly crowded on the main trails so I would suggest going on a weekday if you can to avoid that.

1 day ago

Not very picturesque. Not much "nature". I could hear the hiway traffic the whole time.

1 day ago

Went with our three year old and did the Morton trail. It was great! Some parts were steep but nothing we couldn’t handle. Love the scenery and the leaves this time of year is wonderful.

1 day ago

The trail is well marked and easily do-able for kids (3 & 4 years old). There are a number of shorter trails linked to the main one so you can choose to hike longer or shorter distances. Some areas are quite muddy in the Fall, but nothing to worry about. Next to a gravel pit, so not sure what the noise would be like during the week, it was quiet on a Saturday.

We love this trail. My 3 and 5 year old kiddos can do it without being carried (well mostly) and every time we try a different trail on the way back we're rewarded with new (to us) amazing views. Highly recommend. Bring marshmallows and hot dogs for the campfire by the falls.

Great nature trail.

We really enjoyed this trail. Well maintained with a beautiful canopy of trees. There are plaques throughout the trail showing you where you are which was super helpful. Don't forget to bring a toonie to drop into the yellow donation box at the entrance! Great hiking trail!

Short and Sweet

on Centennial Ridges Trail

2 days ago

Took 3.5 hours with a few food stops. Trail was not too hard, a little wet in areas (it rained the day before). The blue trail markers sometimes are hard to follow so we had to back track 2 times. The views were nice, mostly mountain top and lakes. I recommend arriving early to get a good parking spot, and wearing good hiking shoes.

on The Crack Trail

2 days ago

Awesome folage


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