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bugs
1 day ago

Excellent trail, this is actually Cottontail Rabbit Trail and White-tailed Deer Trail combined

hiking
1 day ago

Closed due to covid

Easy to walk. Great for beginners. Not wheelchair/stroller accessible. Cute little beach on rivers edge (current). Dog poo seems to have been cleaned up but lots of fast food trash from lazy people. Very unfortunate. FYI All dogs on trail were off leash.

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rocky
1 day ago

This trail is highly rated but I personally was disappointed. There was moving water, some cool rock formations you have to climb through, a nice view from the escarpment, and a small waterfall. All that sounds great in text but there was just too much up and down trail with nothing interesting to look at. Some muddy areas but mostly dry. Took about 3hrs.

Beautiful trail, lots of shade, dog friendly, saw a few deer. Definitely bring your hiking boots and bug spray.

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muddy
1 day ago

Beautiful scenery, nice rugged trail. A bit muddy in spots but overall great trail!

hiking
1 day ago

Absolutely beautiful cliff views all the way along!! The trail is quite rugged but manageable. It is worth mentioning almost all the lookout points are exposed to a sharp and deep drop so extra care should be taken when taking photos there.

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bugs
fee
muddy
private property
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

Probably one of the best hikes within a couple hour drive of Toronto. Very diverse trail. A little of everything. The keyhole is quite fun. Nice overlooks as well!

Nice and easy trail. Got a bit lost with poor GPS connectivity, but was worth it!

A really great trail with a creek, views, water, and a diverse forest. Many side trails. Muddy at the start, dry the rest of the way.

I saw a snake (harmless one I’m sure) but screamed quite loudly anyway

Although the trailhead is a mess from Barrett Chute Road once you’re on the trail it’s fairly easy to navigate. Logging in the area has some fallen trees close to the newly provided parking lot. Use the map and GPS to find your way onto the trail and you’ll start seeing trail markers. Trail isn’t maintained but is in good condition. A few areas will have you climbing over fallen trees or skipping across rocks on the water. Your reward will be some breathtaking views of Calabogie Lake and the valley.

Trail is mainly for ATVs. Heavily wooded. Looks pretty much the same all throughout. Chipmunks dominate the forest floor. Not many birds here. Saw some trilliums, starflower, common chokecherry, greater celandine, garlic mustard and red columbine. Weather was beautiful today. Lovely shades with the sunlight rolling through the day.

Nice easy hike, beautiful scenery. Take side trail to the caves. Really enjoyed walking in the caves, some tricky places to get through especially if you have a big dog but we managed and improvised. Still some snow and ice in there as well. Definitely coming back in the fall.

Makes for a nice walk in the park. Bring a blanket and have a nice picnic. Ducks, geese and swans. Paved path.

Different walking trails to explore. Large body of water with a lookout area. Not much wildlife action when I went but it’s been great in the past.

Pretty good trail that runs along the Grand River. Some steep inclines but completely manageable. Side trails to access the river. A mix of dirt, tree roots, and gravel.

hiking
2 days ago

Easy trail -almost urban appeal with happy hikers and quiet stream. Had difficulty deciding where to park but eventually parked at empty Twin Arena lot.

Went on a muddy day end of May and it made some of the terrain challenging. Definitely underestimated the length, due to the amount of rocks and roots along the path it took much longer than I had anticipated. Amazing challenge though with fantastic scenic points littered all across the trail.

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muddy
2 days ago

amazing hike with so much to see ! difficult and easy parts. make sure to bring proper boots as it is muddy in some parks and uphill.

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muddy
rocky
2 days ago

A fun hike! Our only complaint was the lack of markings once within the crevasses. I believe we missed a turn and ended up climbing out at the end and had to pull the app up to see where we were. We had to bushwhack about 100 yards to get back on trail, as the only other option was doubling back and climbing back down. Besides that blip it was fun! Quite busy.

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