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Very icy but a beautiful trail that leads to a river and waterfalls!

Great trail conditions with a beautiful waterfall.

walking
2 months ago

When the path started it was very lovely. I was greeted by beautiful shrines and cemeteries, but after the last shrine, I found the ungroomed trails to be poorly marked and disorienting.

walking
2 months ago

Nice wooded walking path. Once at the Mt. Notre Dame trail seems to stop, go straight across the rocks to continue the path. There are quite a few green arrow side trails along the way as well.

walking
3 months ago

Got about 1/2 way to the shrine and the markers and the trail disappeared... I just followed my dog! Hoped she would follow the trail scent. Once we found the shrine we had a nice walking path!

nice and easy trails that lead to a beautiful waterfall!

hiking
3 months ago

Really pretty trails. sometimes narrow but peaceful and varied. Dog loved ut. Lots of big rocks for climbing.

walking
3 months ago

Will never do this walk again. Full of trash and an obvious sign that homeless people are living amongst this trail. Trails had a lot of tall grass, only a few areas of clear walking.

walking
4 months ago

Nice little trail along the pond. Can be pretty buggy at times. Have seen a few turtles & occasionally a loon on the water. Busy area - lots of folks fishing & dog walking.

easy pretty spiritual trail

hiking
4 months ago

Not a bad little trail if you want a couple of hours to kill nothing hard about it.

rock climbing
4 months ago

Lovely walk, many opportunities to rock climbing, beautiful waterfalls!!

4 months ago

Back to hike the red loop! One pretty steep section, but otherwise a great couple miles in the woods with plenty of stops along the water as you head back upstream toward the falls. Also took a spoke out on a trail marked with bars like the Dutch flag; decided to turn around and head back to the red loop when the trail became too steep for small children.

walking
4 months ago

Nice loop but there is a section along the fence which had not been maintained and had several spots with thorns to push through. Other than that it was a great walk.

Very nice setting and great area at the falls to let the pup go on for a swim.

Beautiful view and well marked trails

5 months ago

Great trail for kids. Well marked and maintained trails with pretty scenery.

walking
5 months ago

Nothing spectacular. The ledges were very impressive and is an easy spot to tire the dog out while on vacation. The trail is an easy walk but a bit overgrown in some places while others were nice and wide. Very buggy after a rainy day.

walking
5 months ago

Nicely maintained trails, great birds and beautiful nature scenes

Trails are well marked. Cornerstone Loop had a couple large trees down across the path, but nothing you can't step over. Great hike for kids (mine are 4.5 and 2.5). The map at the board is very faded, so don't be surprised if you take a fork you don't mean to--luckily, arrows back to the parking lot are posted along the way at important junctions.

hiking
6 months ago

Marked really well. Large blueberry bushes. Striking views, not heavily trafficked.

6 months ago

ok, decent trail, not clearly marked though.

7 months ago

Lovely location and the yellow and blue trails were very comfortable for new hikers. The red was a little trickier for someone that struggles going up hill. It's easy enough to go back to the easier path, though. Not too many people to have your own space to relax.

hiking
7 months ago

Excellent trails, easy to follow and beautiful views.

7 months ago

Nice easy walk down to the waterfall. Lots of places to sit by the water, away from the crowds.

walking
7 months ago

Great easy walk, with mostly wide flat trails right along the pond. Great for Biking, kids, and dogs.

7 months ago

Good hike nice waterfall but small.

hiking
8 months ago

A very easy start to the trail to the shrine and east into the woods. Once you get to the top of the rise you will see two green arrows. One left and one straight ahead. I took the one straight ahead which was fairly easy to follow but soon became an exercise in locating the red flagging, It did take me to the cross at Mt Saint Notre Dame. From there I followed the green arrows and red flagging back to the parking lot. Lots of ticks so beware.

8 months ago

Nice, easy hike through the forest. I like starting at yellow and following through to red, uphill for a bit of an easy workout.

8 months ago

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