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Lots to see and many small rock formations around.

10 hours ago

Solid 5+ Km'er
In one ear and out the other

It was great. I took two kids with me, and they had a ton of fun. The whole trip was about 4km walking. I definitely agree with parking at Tiffany falls and working your way to Sherman Falls.

13 hours ago

Wide, flat and well maintained trails for an easy hike but no views from the actual trail.

13 hours ago

Wide, flat and well maintained trails but not much a view in the summer.

Excellent for riding .

15 hours ago

Agree with the last review, pretty easy to get lost if I didn't have this app because there are tons of forks that don't make it clear which the correct way is, so lucky I had it.

Trail itself was nice and was a relatively easy hike.

on Old Quarry Trail

15 hours ago

I like this trail. Sometimes alot of people walking with can be a bit of a pain when biking. But trails sprouting off of this one are alot of fun.

Great trail to hike on especially in fall. Lots of little side trails as well.

20 hours ago

Great local trail to enjoy the Carolinian woods of Southern Ontario. Start at the Nature center to understand what you see along the trail

mountain biking
1 day ago

good trail as fun for biking

Beautiful trail but I would not rate this as easy or kid friendly. If you have older kids (7 years and up) maybe. It gets steep at times and the wooden steps are slippery after rains and metal poles stick out of the ground at unexpected places along the trail. Needs to be better maintained. The creek and waterfall are beautiful, however you often hear road sounds so it’s not a complete serene hike. Many dog walkers leave behind bags of dog waste which ruins it for everyone else. There is a trash bin at the start of the trail near the waterfall and parking is small (and they issue tickets when parked outside the lot boundary). The trail connects with another section of Bruce Trail so you can park somewhere else and hike a bit longer to avoid the parking mayhem.

1 day ago

The most mosquitos ever in the history of mosquitos

Loved this trail. The trailhead sign warns trail takes 2-3 hours. We did it with two kids, 9 and 11, in 1.5 hours. It’s a steep climb, but worth the effort. There are about three lookout points

Great trail. Lots to see

Bring your water shoes! Good for dogs and kids.

It’s a really nice trail, although not really well maintained. If bringing dogs, ensure to bring plenty of water because there is only a little pond that does not look that great to drink. Bring lots of bug spray as there are horseflies and deer flies.

It's a nice easy walk for all, nice one to finish the day of longer hiking. The beaver dam is quite neat and worth the visit! Mostly in the shade and doable without hiking shoes. Enjoy!!! :)

Nice trail! They changed it a little bit and the trail now starts from the highway approximately 2km to the west of the original one.

Had a lovely easy walk through Galt with my granddaughter and our 12 week old puppy. My little girl loved the bridge and views, but puppy thought it was too hot to walk today (not much shade).

1 day ago

Nice easy trail. Some nice views. Could be marked slightly better but overall very nice way to spend an hour or two

Nice view of the water areas. Took me about 2-2.5 hours to walk at a casual pace. Easy paths with occasional benches to rest on.

Nice trail. Lots of squirrels. LOL. Would walk it again.

Nice trail. I used my road bike today. it was a bad idea. A mountain bike will be perfect.

Good trails little slick if it rained . my self and my son had fun through the trails . some of it is very challenging. good over all.

really pretty, very short trail and was really easy to complete.

2 days ago

Extraordinaire. Walking in these walls was exceptional. My favorite in this area.

Absolutely amazing. It is a very difficult trail, though. It seems it's designed to break your ankles, lol. The air pressure(?) changes when you get up onto the cliff, and it feels like a different world. McKay Harbor is an overnight camping spot (no fires allowed, AMAZING spot though), and from the Harbor down to Cemetery road (bottom right corner) might be the hardest spot. Definitely recommend a sandwich and some granola bars (I found eating a clif bar on the cliff somewhat humorous) and taking LOTS of water. Highly recommend a camelbak. <3 <3 <3

Not a bad hike but large volumes of people on it when we went. A couple very good viewpoints after many stairs.

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