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I spent 45 mins trying to find the trail head with directions from the phone app. It’s pathetic. Don’t waist your time. I get so little time off in my life and I was really looking forward to a great hike. There’s no way to give less than one star!

Great trail! Small hill at the beginning and the rest is pretty flat. Options to extend the hike by taking other trails. Beautiful area!! Highly recommend.

A bit muddy in parts, will need gortex lined boots to comfortably complete full trail. Almost no snow left,. Trail may get muddier in the next week or two because still some frost under the muddy parts.

nice day to be out. Nice trail and friendly chickadees.

Nice trail, not overcrowded like other similar ones nearby, rewarding views over Hamilton & Dundas, culminating in lovely waterfalls.

Nice trail for children and the whole family. There are trees on either sides which makes it more pleasant. There is paved trail right across the road from that one too.

walking
1 day ago

This trail is borderline 2 or 3.

Once you are away from the parking lot (P20) and the sound of cars, the woods are really nice. They were teeming with woodpeckers and red squirrels. But the massive hydro towers in the middle of the trail is a bit jarring. There were also a lot of people, so not quite as quiet as other trails.

On the positive side, the species of trees varies nicely throughout the trail and the start is nice as it feels like you are walking on top of a bluff.

Hiked this trail in late October and the fall colours were beautiful! There weren’t too many other people that we crossed paths with and the scenery was amazing!

Great trail in the North end of the city. There is some mud & a bit of brush covering the path, but considering this was the first nice weekend of the year it was phenomenal! We saw some others on the trail, but unfortunately not much wildlife this time around

Beautiful trail, would rate this easy not moderate! Falls was flowing!! It was pretty awesome! Fire pit at the top if you want to sit and have lunch! Wood was provided! Very nice place!!

Saw a couple of dear, great trail!

There were tons of muddy parts but that’s to be expected this time of year. Really nice trail and nice, long boardwalk! Very peaceful and serene.
The have a fee booth set up, honour system kinda deal. Lots of parking

Was first time here and enjoyed the trail. Trail head from Weston Rd has quite a few ups and downs along the way to the loop trails. Still snow and a bit of mud and water. We would definitely do this trail again. Would be great in summer.

Great place with multiple marked trails! Snow during March and low traffic around 3pm

this Trail was about 45 minutes north of Toronto and we did about a 4 km walk. there are lots of ups and downs and it's really hard to believe you're so close to downtown. We went on April 22nd and there was still a fair bit of snow and ice but the temperature was around 12 degrees C and beautiful for a walk. Will come back again.

It was not really a hiking trail. It’s a lovely spot to bring kids as there is a very nice park but I wouldn’t consider it a hiking trail. Not likely to return.

A very nice trail. The presence of snow made it even nicer. The trail is a little hidden, but the maps helped us find the trail.

Mountains in Ontario! Ive walked this trail twice and although tough the views and pristine waters are unparalleled. Must do!

Great trail. Did today, still lots wet snow but some brave souls were camping.

Beautiful trail, a bit wet but very easy, mais que nous sommes chanceux!

Came back to try the walk again after being iced out last time I was here. It was good! Not a huge fan of train track walking but it was peaceful and there were some nice birds to watch. It’s still slushy and icy and hard to walk in parts but it’s not too bad. Start at the trail on the road along the active train track and come back up the old train trail and up the stairs to Fort Willow which is a nice little treat at the end of the 5km hike before getting back on the road! A good 1:45 minutes bit of fresh air.

Nice little walk. I parked at Tiffany falls and walked this route in reverse (there is a small parking lot there but there wasn’t a clearly designated parking area at the beginning of this map).

Did this walk/hike about 4/5 weeks ago and there was a lot of mud (to be expected)! It was still exhilarating and fabulous! Caves, a quarry, lovely look-out area and little brooks. Can’t wait to do it over and over again and of course to experience it now in the spring. My watch said we did 9km in total.

Nice trail, it’s very easy to hike too. The view is nice when there’s snow. Only takes about 2hrs to finish the trail and you can walk back from the big streets instead of the same way to save you about an hour time.

Easy trail, fairly quiet, lots of birds

Really enjoyed it

Beautiful walk in the city.

Very pleasant.

Great hike after the ice storm and no damage to the trees

trail running
4 days ago

Running again with condition left over ice, pallet snow and wet snow from freezing rain last weekend. Many area are quite slippery and with packed ice or packet ice with paddle of water underneath. Not good to hike or run if you don't have a proper hiking or trail running shoe.

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