Explore the most popular Trail Running 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.

walking
snow
15 hours ago

went for a walk with my girlfriend and our dogs was very nice, it's a bit muddy n wet right now due to snow melting also a bit icey but was awesome. definitely will be coming here more when it's finally summer..

hiking
15 hours ago

The trail is pretty fun, I recommend going in small groups because there can be creepy people in the thick woods part. Bring bug spray in the summer, lots of mosquitos but I recommend visiting the Trestle bridge very beautiful and well built.

17 hours ago

it was icy when i went but totally loved it!

Easy trail for bikes, walking, running etc. We used the portion from Victoria Park to the end in Waterloo and loved it. Sometimes felt uneasy at night with no lighting so I don't recommend using alone at night. It's nice and quiet, but not really about nature as much as it is for getting through the city easily or exercising.

Quite icy right now since the weather has been fluctuating between warm and cold for early spring. Still a lovely and fun walk.

Like other reviews mention it's a great spot for all ages. Enough to require a bit of effort but not so much that kids would quit.

This time of year (March 19) the trail is a mix of snow, ice, rocks and roots so can get slippery... watch your step!

Easy and a lot to see.

Have visited several times this winter. It is always a pleasure. Bring your crampons as there are some slippery areas and steep hills.

muddy
off trail
snow
washed out
1 day ago

We went on Monday, March 19 and it was beautiful and sunny, but the trails were super wet and muddy or covered in ice and some snow. But otherwise, didn't ruin the day - such a nice spot! First time there and can't wait to go back and explore!

snowshoeing
over grown
snow
1 day ago

Nice easy going walk but not great for snowshoeing. Most of the trail is very hard packed from where so many people have walked. There is some opportunity to go off trail because the firest is thick with alot of low brush. Managed to get some fresh tracks by the marsh and we also followed some deer trails.

March 19th: pretty icy in some areas! Highly recommend snowshoes today :)

absolutely beautiful along the waters edge!

Great work out !

Mye bar bakke og veldig isete, slutt på god skisesong.

2 days ago

always a fav, esp in April when the stream is full of trout, getting ready to spawn..

I love this forest !!!! many memories in here.

hiking
bugs
2 days ago

I walk different trails regularly all year around and walked this one with my dogs in the summer. I had bug spray on but the mosquitos were the worst here compared to any other trails, we had to run the whole way. The beginning was okay but once you got farther in it was bad. It is a nice trail but I haven’t been back since.

muddy
private property
2 days ago

Beautiful woodlot. A challenge today as the snow is melting and trail is thawing with very slippery clay underneath it. We needed to park on top of the hill before getting to the trail as the road was muddy and deep rutted as well as snow-covered on hills (there is no winter maintenance for the road in). The Falls were the highlight of today. Hills are a great challenge with 1-2 inches of mud stuck to boots. We will return later in the season to see what kinds of flora and fauna are on the trail.

I absolutley love this little trail, I have spent maaaanny mornings here watching the deer graze through the golden foggy morning glow and it takes my breath away every time. I have posted a few photos I have take here!

hiking
muddy
2 days ago

Easy, casual walk with little bridges and ponds.

Great little trail, it looks best in Fall for photography! Very tall lush trees turn into a vibrant boquet of color during autum! I have posted a photo of a gathering of Herons I took there last year.

part of the trail is currently closed due to construction. Very short walk.

I love this trail I always go with my dog it’s full of wildlife and nature. If ur lucky like me you might get to see a coyote.

what a beautiful walk. very easy to do, but take into consideration the conditions. we've done this at all times of the year, with snow and ice it can become a little more taxing.

hiking
washed out
3 days ago

hiking
closed
off trail
4 days ago

hiking
4 days ago

Great trails! If you go in the winter be prepared for them to be very icy. Makes for a challenging walk for sure!

Fantastic!

What a way to bring in spring.

I recorded the hike. 7km included the maple syrup village stuff for 1hr51 min

We did the maple syrup events as well.

Did all the events saw the animals.

Didn't get to feed the cows hay still in my bag here.
For 25 cents you can get food and feed the turkeys. Really cool.

Ate maple sugar, fudge, sausage and bacon with tons of maple syrup, But I soaked the them in the maple syrup ....oh so delicious. no pancake since I’m gluten free Yet still enjoyed every minute of my breakfast.

Peanuts maple brittle too. Yum!

Did hay ride. So much fun. It takes you to and from the village to the pancake house. Or you can walk back to the car like we did to burn more calories from that yummy breakfast.

Even with no kids of my own. Had a wonderful experience..

I did take icers as some people did. We did use them on the portion. There were still patches of ice. Better safe than sorry.

But the maple syrup area/village was all ice free. So great for walking.

Definitely a must experience event and hike.

We even had a chance to check out a few deers. Check the photos you may get convinced to go.

Lawrence to Greenvale Park almost Kingston road on south side of loop. Trail ends before Kingston rd.
Path was on south side of river, not sure if path on north side goes under Kingston road

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