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I went as far as Taylor road about 15km was a beautiful hike. planning on finishing entire trail by end of summer 2019. look me up watch me get old or have any questions . . Instagram- curemdap1

hiking
2 days ago

A cold beauty today.

7 days ago

Nice forested walk with litigation side trails to explore.

We did about 2.5km of this trail and made it as far as the old military radar tower. Beautiful scenery and trail was not difficult at all. Our kids came with us and enjoyed it as well. We plan to see more of the trail soon.

Nice little trail. Pretty short.

Started at the golf course and went to the tower. Nice walk.

Started at the golf course and walked to the tower.

The sugar shack loop was my favourite part! Seeing the old, dilapidated shack was interesting. Walking along the old stone farm fences at the end of the hike was a nice change of scenery too.

well marked and wide trail with plenty of loops. we missed a turn and took a nice stroll down a quiet road for a bit, which was also perfectly pleasant. muddy in the rainy season.

Busy, nice view of Detroit skyline.

this trail is in Windsor, Ontario and not in Sutherland, as Sutherland is 100km northeast of Toronto

This trail is one of the hidden gems of Richmond Hill. It is tucked into a corner of the park behind the soccer field. The most incredible part of it is going from a clear blue sky in the summer, then walking into the forest to look up and only see green leaves all over. It is a beautiful trail for dog walking and some photography. The only downside is the people who litter beer bottles and do drugs there after midnight. Regardless, it is beautiful.

hiking
13 days ago

Lovely hike, but muddy after rain or snow but overall beautiful place

hiking
14 days ago

What a gem! I was so pleasantly surprised by all that I found upon arriving at the entrance gate to the conservation area. I paid the entry fee of $7 for one adult and parked the car in the spacious parking lot.
The trail head gave great direction to 3 wide and well marked trails in 3 different lengths. I chose the longest ( purple 8 km round trip) This was obviously the less traveled of the 3 but was wide and clear and mostly flat with forest, and a few ponds to view. Around the halfway point was a fire pit, picnic tables and plenty of fire wood. A great place to stop and warm up and have lunch and due to the longer trail and distance there are very few children.
The yellow trail was very flat and very smooth and possibly acceptable for a fitness strolled. Lots of families and children were on this trail. Along the way was a rest room and several random table to stop and take a break.
Upon arriving at the falls there are several tables and a big fire pit with plenty of seating and wood to burn.
There is a set of stairs that take you down to the bottom of the falls and is a great place to take photos.
This trail was not a difficult or strenuous trail but beautiful.

Things to bring: marshmallows, hot dogs, bird seed to hand feed the birds.

a longer trail, took us an hour to walk in january with a toddler. some slopes are steep, so not ideal in winter with ice.
perfect in summer for trail running.

It was nice. I think it would be amazing looking at in different seasons. One more beautiful than the other.

I give this trail 1 star simply for the fact that it is $7/person to enter! Considering all the free options, I would never recommend this to anyone. 4 of us drove here without any forewarning and were shocked that we would have to pay $28. Would have really appreciated a note about this from someone on Alltrails so here it is now. Consider Waterdown trail 20 mins away..FYI it is free.

Great for walking the dog off leash! The dog can swim, run and play with other dogs. Most dogs are friendly, but we have encountered a couple that were a bit temperamental, but no major issues.

Went in the fall after the leaves all gone. Quiet and peaceful stroll rather than a hike. Beautiful waterfalls and path was suitable for kids and strollers. We enjoyed the rock formations.

hiking
16 days ago

This route is NOT easy. The upper trail is easy - it is a paved route that follows the roadway. But once you descend into the gorge, the trail is rocky, I frequently questioned whether I was on the trail (trail marking confirmed I was). I have done all of the trails in the gorge. If the other trails are moderate, this one is definitely hard.

Great hike - lots to see and moderately challenging.

walking
16 days ago

Decent walk.. Wouldn’t say I thought it was fantastic. Views were ok. There are better walks close by. We went in January and trail was quite Treacherous.

trail running
16 days ago

Good hills in the loop tho I wish they weren’t paved so the whole loop would be dirt , also a bit too busy for my likes , but nice as close to Toronto.

Make sure your ready this trail is an ass kicker

trail running
17 days ago

We’re regular participants of the trail. I did my first 10km run on Christmas Eve and second time on New Year’s Eve.

Great views! We went in January so there weren’t huge crowds. Maybe a dozen people passed in the 4 hour hike. Would definitely go again.

Out on this trail today with a friend; absolutely beautiful. Definitely very muddy in parts but completely tolerable if you’re wearing proper hiking shoes. Trails are well marked but make sure you’re paying attention and have time to go to Crawford loop - we went out in afternoon and didn’t notice we made wrong turn and ended up in Crawford trails (only planned on 7.8 loop) - our loop turned into a 16k - we started later in day so we’re worried about losing sunlight. That was our bad though and still a beautiful detour. Look forward to doing this again.

walking
17 days ago

Many trails, many levels of hiking. Always a great place to go.

hiking
17 days ago

Trail was in good shape for January and we had a good hike through the woods. We had no trouble finding the markings for the main (white) trail and the alternate blue and orange trails. Only one washroom at the front was open and it’s lock was broken. Disappointed that my “parking fee” isn’t be used to maintain the facility

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