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It rained so it was muddy but not an issue with good hiking boots. Easy-moderate trail without too many technical sections.

Fantastic trail!!! Run counter clock!

walking
26 days ago

Really awesome scenery and stone work ! Don’t buy the hot chocolate from the vendors it’s not good

26 days ago

Excellente activité physique avec de très belles vues.

Gorgeous in the Spring, around Mother’s Day, to see thousands of trilliums and other spring flowers.

Bring bug spray

hiking
1 month ago

Excellent hike this time of year to see the colours. The trail was a bit muddy in a few spots but nothing serious. Counterclockwise loop is best if you prefer to hike UP the steep parts rather than DOWN. I recommend you get there very early because when I finished around 1100, the parking lot was full with cars waiting.

beautiful hike. quick rewards. stunning views. be sure to go in October!

Beautiful scenic views with great autumn colours in full bloom. The trail has good elevation to keep things interesting along the way. Hiking shoes or boots are a must to handle the rocky terrain.

I did this trail with my dog on a Thursday morning. It was very foggy out and we only ran into one person (also with a dog) on the entire trail. I hiked from the Lauriault Trail to the Waterfall Trail, down to the waterfall, then through the tunnel and back to the parking lot via the Mulvihill trail. The entire loop took less than an hour and half, walking slowly and stopping to take lots of photos. Beautiful foliage this time of year! Definitely wear boots as there are many wet areas along the trail. If I do this trail again, instead of taking the Mulvihill trail back I will detour through the Mackenzie King Estate. Highly recommend!

hiking
1 month ago

Went for a family hike with 2 teenage daughters. Good amount of elevation and difficulty level to keep everyone interested. For those more adventurous you can venture off and find your own way. Will do it again.

Good walk for the area. Anticlockwise loop best as signed - that way you do the hardest part first

Steep and challenging.

Nice trail with waterfall. Moderate level with children. Easy access.

One of the most beautiful trails I have been on in the park so far! Really tough going up but it was all worth it for sure. Definately would do it again!

This is a tough trail. It goes straight up right from the start and doesn't level off until you hit the fire tower at the top. It's very rocky so wear hiking shoes. You'll get a good work out. Also, it is more like 5 km rather than the 4 stated.

hiking
1 month ago

1st half is steep, irregular. Perfect. Nice views, lovely creek. Sunny August day, so no bugs.

Visited mid September, 30C outside mid day. Zero bugs and only other people on trail were motorized vehicles.

Great workout for a novice hiker. Lots of variation of terrain and scenery. A fun mother- daughter outing!

Thoroughly enjoyed this trail. Great look outs and much of it was shaded which was nice in the heat. Lots of friendly people too.

This is our family's regular go-to trail. Couple hours, really good uphill and nice fast way down. Great in all seasons, including on snowshoes after a good snowfall.
For the à Ottawa region, can't beat the wolf trail / Blanchet from P13!

Really beautiful trail, but very rocky, would not recommend going alone unless you're very experienced, just to be safe. Gorgeous view from the lookout

Lots of amazing views

Fun walk with our dog!

hiking
2 months ago

Easy, great views for pictures

This trail is awesome with some amazing views when you get to the top!

hiking
2 months ago

The trail covers pretty much all I would like to test on the hiking boots. Very nice.

hiking
2 months ago

tough and boring.

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