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the winter maintenance on this road stops About 2 km from the parking lot with a large snowbank blocking the road so you cant access the parking lot.

Decent outing but the cliffs were a little underwhelming - even by southern ontario standards. Still made for an enjoyable hike

It's a pretty good trail. Not super difficult, but it could be marked a bit better. There are lots of intersections which gets a little confusing.

Short hike but full of adventures! A lot of climbing and areas to explore! You’ll definitely need hiking boots for winter, there’s some slippery and icing areas. Be sure to go counter-clock wise through the path.

Snow was pretty deep, but amazing non the less!

Always love Mono Cliffs! It was snowing and beautiful up at the Lookout off McCarsten Lake. Magic.

nice short hike and such beautiful sights to see

Absolutely stunning! Cannot find a better place that’s easy to walk to for such beauty

The dam is currently closed so until May it isn't really a loop. The trail does have muddy sections (20 ft lengths, 4 inches deep or so) the day after rain.

But that being said it is a well maintained trail running along the edges of farm land, residential spaces, light industrial and a lake. Easy walk.

Beautiful trail!

Easy trail with good lookouts and caves. Easy terrain and fun for the whole fam jam.

We did this trail in late November with snow on the ground, and it was wonderful! The trail is well marked and the rock formations are amazing. I agree with Joanne that it's best to do the trail counterclockwise, especially in the late fall and winter. Trying to navigate your way down slippery, snow-covered rocks into the crevices wouldn't be fun!

Spend the day head all the way to Crawford Lake

beautiful trail!!

Good views and good trails. Very busy trails and sometimes horses.

4 months ago

Interesting little trail, that exceeded my expectations. Rocks, roots, hills, and a waterfall. A hidden gem.

Good trail with some very nice views along the way. There are enough ups and downs to get some exercise, but I’d still consider it a very easy trail. It connects to the Bruce Trail, so it’s possible to turn this into a longer hike. It’s nice even during bad weather since there are enough trees to protect you from the rain.

the trails were well marked and easy to follow, but it would have been nice ìf the main attractions of the park had directions on the trail signs, lots of people were asking directions to get to the cliffs. The main trail that's marked in red is fairly easy but once you get into the cliff or Bruce trail there is lots of steep climbing and decents. High traffic on weekend, the parking lot was almost full by 11 am

Lots to explore. Really enjoyed exploring the caves and crevices. Did it clockwise witj some back tracking to hike up some and into some interesting things.

4 months ago

Very poorly taken care of and badly marked, the only nice thing is the water fall . Other then that I would not recommend this trail

4 months ago

Great scenery

Very nice trail. various side trails of the Bruce rail system in the area also. I'll be trying to to get it again soon.

really nice trail, I recommend going in the fall!!

I really thought it was beautiful

Unfortunate not a trail any longer. People with property surrounding this trail have put up fences and no longer provide access to the trail.

Worth the trip to this park especially in fall. Parking was $7.50 at the pay meter. Trails well marked and maintained. Enjoyed the side trails of the Bruce. Awesome to see horses also using these trails

Thoroughly enjoyed this trail. Happy we took the advice to do it counterclockwise. The climb up and through the rocks and crevasses were an amazing way to end our hike. A must do.

Great hike! Fun caves. I recommend to go counter clockwise around loop.

This is one of the best short hikes in the area. It is very unique and offers lots of beautiful photo opportunities.

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