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Love this trail but watch out for ticks!!

hiking
1 day ago

This hike is fairly challenging. The full summit loop is actually 3.9 km and features some difficult terrain in spots. In some places you have to climb rocks. We brought my 5.5 month old lab puppy, he loved the adventure. There were some places that were too vertical of a climb for him up the side of rocks, we’d have to have one of us go up and the other lift him up for that person to grab him. I suggest if you bring your dog, also bring another person. Great view at the summit, it was nice to see the fall colours. The hike took us about 2.5 hours which included about a 20 minute rest at the top to take in the views.

backpacking
2 days ago

This secluded tract is suited for the very seasoned hiker ready to roll with the unexpected . We were stopped by the Game Warden wanting to know if we were hunting . We do not hunt and I am glad they are monitoring this site , less chance of an accident . This area is heavily glaciated and hilly . Some amazing panoramic vistas to forest swamps shrouded in mist . The front has many ATV tracks but the best are the single track paths at the rear . Very muddy and grown over in spots . Proper hiking boots with long pants are a must , tie up your cuffs to keep the ticks out . Nice tract just keep your senses alert for the unexpected . K !!

hiking
2 days ago

I really thought it was beautiful

hiking
3 days ago

Slippery in the spring and fall. Careful on the rocks edges. Nice walk for larger dogs small dogs will have a difficult time unless picked up over the gaps

geocaching
3 days ago

Some nice little caches along the way through the hike.

walking
4 days ago

Easy path, finding parking can get tricky, but as the leaves change colour this is the perfect activity to do during thanksgiving! The views at the top are worth packing a sandwich and having lunch there!

4 days ago

Free parking at the camp ground, this was the perfect trail. Great length, easy to walk, plenty to see!
Definitely will visit again!

hiking
4 days ago

hiking
5 days ago

Easy at first then proceeds to get a little more difficult with the climbs. Beautiful hike that takes about 2 hours each way. Would not recommend going after any rainfall as the rocks can be quite slippery!

Relaxing hike on a well maintained and marked trail with plenty of lookouts.

Worth the trip to this park especially in fall. Parking was $7.50 at the pay meter. Trails well marked and maintained. Enjoyed the side trails of the Bruce. Awesome to see horses also using these trails