Explore the most popular Rails Trails trails in Canada with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
3 days ago

This is a hike with a number of great features. The lake is artificial due to Nova Scotia Power's hydro activity. The falls are pretty really nice. The top of the falls have a trail leading up to it. To get to the bottom, expect almost a scrable through the mature forest. Then there is the old concrete culvert under the dam. Best echo I've ever heard!

this was exactly what I was looking for today. long and flat and not many people. it's very windy and the trees helped to break the wind.

hiking
13 days ago

Nice easy trail once you make it up the first part. Lots to see.

hiking
15 days ago

It’s a nice trail in itself but is was so busy with dogs off leash (yet not an off leash park) and a fair amount of dog poo that it made it not enjoyable.

hiking
15 days ago

Such a busy spot! I had a hard time finding a parking spot around noon. The waterfall close to the trestle bridge trailhead was really nice. The hike up to the trestle bridge was easy enough. Wouldn’t go again but worth seeing once.

Bridge out until Jan 2020

hiking
22 days ago

short ok for a short walk. wont be back

hiking
22 days ago

Super short trail, won’t be back. Dog crap everywhere

hiking
icy
muddy
snow
23 days ago

Hiked with our dog till the first tunnel. Was a nice walk although quite slushy from the melting snow. Will be coming back to see the rest!

We didn’t follow the trail exactly however it was a beautiful walk beside the stream. The section from the head of the trail to the waterfall is easy with moderate sections which was wet , muddy and slippery over the root beds. Make sure you go down the stairs to see Upper Niagra Falls.

I started at Caldwell Rd and ended at Bisset. Simple, easy and well maintained trail through the woods. Not much to see other than a couple streams from Morris and Bisset Lakes. There are a few side trails that I didn't explore which may add some scenery.

great fast trail

closed
1 month ago

We decided to check out this trail today only to find that a portion of it has been closed due to construction in the area. The small part of the trail we did get to enjoy seemed to be maintained okay, but there was a significant amount of garbage around. Not bad for a trail within a city.

hiking
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

Trail was nice with ground holding moisture making for grippy footing on this steep ascent to the peak.

hiking
1 month ago

Short and sweet. Nice steep climb in but nothing too insane IMO. Not often you can see a waterfall and walk an old railway bridge in 30 minutes just meters off of the highway. This Russian guy took me on a 4 hour drive and 6 hour hike to see a “waterfall” which was just a trickle of water flowing over some boulders!

Great path, but there were construction at different points that forced diversion. Apparently the construction is only active during the weekdays. Otherwise, very pleasant!

Easy gravel trail. Beautiful near Lawrencetown beach. Good for walking/running/biking.

so so so incredible!!! I jogged from parking lot to parking lot so I could ensure I finished the trail with the limited time I had. biking would be an awesome ideal.. can't wait to come back and see it again!

Brisk and beautiful fall day. Cleaeed of any windblown trees.

hiking
bridge out
1 month ago

Attempted a through hike in one day. Started in Cataract just after day break and made it to Fergus well after dark and after it started raining. Got to Gzowski Street and the trail abruptly ended. There was indication that the trail could be picked up again on Beatty Line but it was dark, my phone could not be operated well in the rain and I was pooched. It was a lovely trail but the signage could have been better to indicate direction and/or distance to pick up the trail again.

Great trail, very well kept. It’s buggy in the spring but that tapers off throughout the summer. This is an easy trail to take solo or with a group, and is dog friendly. The views are pretty all along the trail! This is a daily trail for my pup and I through all of the seasons.

Creamery to Sutherland Steam Mill 10.5 km, 125 foot gain in elevation. Well packed crusher dust. So perfect for lunch at the mill with an easy ride back to Tatamagouche.as there is a slight down grade. About 1.5 hours round trip if you go quite slowly. Lots of ponds and wildlife, watch out for bears in the spring.

hiking
1 month ago

Paved, busy but accessible. Live close by so used regularly.

Short but beautiful.

Lots of parking access on every road the trail crossed. fall colors we perfect. I use my bell and horn because so many people were out and they cant here me on the mountain bike. People thank me for not scaring them.

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