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Highly recommend this hike!!! Absolutely beautiful views at the top and not to hard. Feels like it keeps on going up but it is well worth it once you get to the summit. A lot of people do this one in the winter. Only crampons are need and make sure you are standing on rock at the summit not a cornice.

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snow
6 hours ago

Rented snowshoes from the theatre and headed out! Was beautiful!!! Very cold, so dress appropriately.

Nice little trail. Lots of snow, could have used snow shoes. Pulled the little kids in the sled most of the way except for the climb at the beginning. Took about 3 hrs but that was with lots of stops and 5 kids under 6years old to 4 adults. The older three kids (3,5 and 6years old) made it mostly under their own steam with just the occasional ride in the sled. Lookout was a fairly disappointing view, lots of tree growth since it was labeled a “viewpoint” I think. Nice views along the way though and a pleasant walk over all. I’d definitely go back in the fall, lots of poplars mixed in with the evergreens so it’s probably beautiful when the leaves change.

on Cedar Trail

hiking
snow
11 hours ago

It was a great little hike around the trails but pretty slippery on the wooden bridges which are most of the path. I will definitely do again this summer when the paths are clear!

Definitely recommend this hike! It was suggested to us while we were visiting the area from Ontario in February. As many others said, the first stretch is along a very rocky beach but when you get to the trail it is well marked and well maintained. Beautiful views of the cliffs and water. We had some icy spots so I imagine other times of the year it could be quite muddy. We took about 2 hours from the parking lot and back with stops for pictures and views.

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muddy
private property
snow
16 hours ago

Great hike. Great views. . Slippery sections with steep hills. Better suited for spring summer fall hiking. I’m here for the adventure. Happy hiking

bridge out
16 hours ago

Unfortunately the gates were locked today. Friday Feb 23, 2019.

Great hike, absolutely no one on the trail (except bison) for the whole 20k.

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off trail
17 hours ago

hiking
19 hours ago

I love this trail and take the North or south side depending on mood, they’re both great.
Well maintained and my dogs love the area.
A quick drive from Woodstock and it goes on forever lol

hiking
21 hours ago

Good whirlpools, easy hike. Make sure to time it correctly for the best current.

Snow covered and groomed. Small section along the river closed. Once you reach Groat bridge you either continue under the bridge or can turn back in the upper path. Only completed about s 1/3 of the trail. Lovely and can’t wait to go again in the upcoming moths.

Trail was quiet as it was Thursday. Not much snow the first 1.5 km but got deeper after that. Needed snow shoes. Peaceful walk in the woods.

snowshoeing
1 day ago

Sentier de la décharge aller retour

hiking
snow
1 day ago

Great dirt trail with lots of unexpected historical artifacts along the route. Great for dogs, perfect city escape without really leaving the city.

watch for ticks. otherwise great hike

snowshoeing
snow
2 days ago

This is a great trail both summer and winter.

hiking
2 days ago

Hiked this trail on Feb 18, 2019. Trail was packed to about the half way mark then became lightly packed. We were the first to hike this trail to the end and we had to break trail for the last 1.5km.

Snowshoes will help in the last 1.5km but microspikes are fine. Great trail. Straight forward.

We found a silver cup and left it on top of the Baldy Pass green sign with the no horse sign below it.

snowshoeing
2 days ago

The trail around the lake is well packed, no snowshoes required. Wonderful view and lovely trail. We only got around the lake and skipped the way up to the look out because of snowy weather.

Did this trail finally yesterday and was super disappointed in Victoria dog owners. It is full of dog poop and footprints of people having stepped in poop and tracking it over the trail. Thank you for wrecking what could have been a wonderful walk. Losers.

Upper falls was amazing but the view at the ink pots was even more spectacular — you won’t regret the extra distance! The trail itself was well maintained and icy at some parts (crampons are recommended). The trail to the ink pots is a steady uphill climb from the upper falls, and you will know that you’re reaching once you start descending again. The trail started getting busy on our way back (around noon) with many tour groups on their way in — try to get an early start to beat the crowds. Took us 4 hours for the return trip with plenty of phototaking time.

Good trail, but can be dangerous very early morning or late at night (park is closed anyway at those times). During the the day it's nice and many people use it.

snowshoeing
snow
3 days ago

Got lucky with a blue bird day! Very beautiful when you have a clear sky. Mostly treed in, but this does makes it nice while snowshoeing in - 30!
Veiws at the lake are great!
Not a hard snowshoe - lots of up and down

Great loop in the winter.

hiking
snow
3 days ago

Absolutely beautiful! Very easy hike

This trail is nice because it has alot of history to see, foundation of a old building, old canal, hydrants and a few little things that you can find here and there. There is a sign up to be aware of coyotes around, they tend to like this area, so mind your dog.

snowshoeing
3 days ago

Wonderful hike thru the woods. Rewarding view at the ink pots. Definitely going to do it in the summer again!

snowshoeing
3 days ago

Quite the leg burner

hiking
blowdown
snow
3 days ago

Snow and ice well under control.

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