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Brought the dog and kids, lots of rocks and vines to climb and step over through the trail, the first lookout point you can climb down rocks to go swimming, clean clear water, very cold, and slippery rocks underneath.

Nice trail. Lots of squirrels. LOL. Would walk it again.

great run on this trail. I farted a lot during today's run.....kept the bears away !

loved this trail. Pretty scenic and fun with different terrain in different areas with multiple look outs. Would do this trail again

Beautiful quite trail, but easy to get lost, no helpful signs.

The BTA does a great job of maintaining the trail. There are some lengthy sections without access to water so plan ahead if the weather is warm. I did only camping so it made for a couple of long days to reach the next campground. Started in Wharton then to Cape Croker to McKays Harbour to Reed's Dump to Mountain Trout Camp to Cypress Lake and finished off to Tobermory. Actual terminus of Bruce Trail another few meters past the GPS coordinates of this map but otherwise accurate when we hiked it.

its great

Great hike.

I would rate this trail as easy - can’t bring a stroller through her but a small child can easily walk the trail. It’s the only trail loop near the visitors centre so fairly busy. Nice views but not the most scenic in the area.

Great hike! Lots of ups and downs, lookouts are plentiful...terrain is rocky in some areas, a small bit of scrambling near the coast but not difficult.

So much to explore on this leg of the Bruce Trail, caves, old military radar tower, old kilns from the 1800’s...

Scenic. Nice. Quiet for a lot of it. Peaceful. Fairly simple hike. I’m looking forward to summer hike here. Definitely recommend.

Nice multi species treed trail, lots crossing creeks and brooks, varied elevations, mini water falls, spectacular views of lake Ontario, Trillium flowers, great trail for warmer weather, well shaded.

Really beautiful, no waterfalls but great hike

Great scenic views and lots to do around town

I've completed the trail from Queenstown to Short Hills Provincial Park thus far. Overall the trail is awesome and provides some challenging sections. Yes there is some urban walking (St. Catharines, etc) but it's worth enduring those stretches to get back into the woods. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking to get into hiking.

The Bruce Trail path changes and the AllTrails map may not be completely accurate. As long as you follow the proper Bruce Trail blazes (white for main trail and blue for side trails) you will be fine. It's supposed to be an adventure after-all!

Great Fall and great fall colors....

One of my favorite trails, almost always see a few deer

Nice forest trail - not as much rock as some other parts of the Bruce trail so a bit of a break for your feet. The views are just OK though (compared to the elevated views from the trail section that starts at halfway log dump road).

Good trail, not too difficult. Nice lookouts views.

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Very beautiful trail with many scenic lookout points.

Monday, August 07, 2017

Weekend will see a lot of people, but good cardio workout for short afternoon jaunt and some nice wiews of rapids. unfortunately people do not pack out their trash.

trail running
Tuesday, August 01, 2017

Great trail, but the map is not accurate, several straight lines indicate the route recording was off then,


Monday, July 17, 2017

The best

Monday, June 12, 2017

Loved this trail! Will definitely return again!

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