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Great trail. Beautiful views.

5 days ago

Good trail for sure. Important to note that this loop is made up of a series of trails, and if you don't download the trail map it might be useful to write down which trails you take at various forks on the path. We got a bit turned around because we hadn't written it all out.

7 days ago

Great trail and route, but trailhead is hard to find. It is just to the left (east) of the bus stop at Rue Marie Burger and Chemin de la Mine. Don’t rely on the app as route tracking was inconsistent. Pink Lake is a must see. I did this route early morning (6:30am).

excellent trail, well maintained and can be followed in low light, heavy rain. Only drawback is you can hear traffic. Also, one can drive right up to pink lake. So, traffic is heavier there.

Relatively easy hike with well groomed trails and a short portion along the road.. add in the look out along trail 28 for sure!!

Super belle course, peu accidenté!

7 months ago

Good workout. It’s about an hour’s walk from the car to Herridge House. Usually well packed snow on the trail in Winter. Totally reasonable to use this trail throughout winter (unlike what’s mentioned in general description for this trail).

9 months ago

Very nice, quiet trail. Sometimes the trail is a little hard to find/follow.

Nice easy hike, not a lot of traffic and pretty sweet view for very little work! Pretty lakes along the way - good option for a pleasant afternoon walk in the woods.

Rather easy trail, good to do with the kids. Nice water lands along the way that make for a few nice pictures. The hike starts at the intersection of the Huron trail (blue square #3) and Ridge road. You will come across a few intersections with other trails, such as #20. The trail up to the lookout is Black diamond #28. Don't be frightened by the black diamond. The trail gets steeper, but remains very accessible. Instead of going strait up to the lookout, why not continu on trail #3 until you reach the road, and then turn around to come back. This will give you a few extra km on your hike and lead you through some nice water lands. The distance to the road is 5 km. The trip there and back, plus the lookout, totals out to about 11-12km and can be done in 3h (that is with breaks to take pictures and enjoy the view). The lookout would be a nice spot to have lunch!

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