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Short but sweet! Great views, beautiful forest and fun scrambles through the caves. Best quick hike in the area. If anyone is confused, this trail is referred to as the "Standing Rock and Caves" side trail in the Bruce Trail guide. "Singhampton Caves" is actually a larger loop that also contains this side trail.

Wide paths - great for talking with others/groups; hills to cause some exertion; mostly in forest - quiet and energizing

9 days ago

Great trail for the dogs and I. Quite mucky ground in parts and confusing some places as to where to head. It is marked, just some little cut off points to figure out ones way back onto the main trail. In late fall the scenery was pretty and crawling with red-backed salamander if you want to lift a log or flat rock here and there. The quiet gurgle of the mad river running alongside it added to the serenity. The old cabin and mill town added a touch of history. I'd come back in winter to snow shoe it.


17 days ago

Absolutely beautiful! Nice easy, terrain and scenic waterfalls!My favorite! :-D

great trail for a work out AND interesting scenery and history on this trail too! Check out an old log cabin on the site of an old logger's homestead... an early settler of the area. Also see the little hamlet of Glen Huron (population 51) and its water powered mill.

Then if you want to make a hike out of it... follow the trail marked difficult (called the escarpment trail I think) up from beside the old mill and follow big loop up and around. The Bruce trail shares some trails with the Devils Glen ski area through here and by staying on the Bruce Trail you can go up and around on top of the escarpment and then come back to the base of the ski area ... before heading back around to the same trail that brings you back to your car.

Really nice! Now I'm going to go read up on Glen Huron and that old mill. Very cool hike. beautiful area.

You have to pay for the entrance even though there is nothing special and the caves are a joke. At this time, silly trails in the forest are closed anyways, its just for a family afternoon for tiring the kids. Far from hike..

A bit easy to get turned around but it’s worth it for the beautiful fall walk!

Beautiful trails, as some people have said there are some areas that are a little hard to follow. In the fall it can be difficult to see the pale yellow markers, but besides that it’s a really nice place to hike!

This is my favourite trail to walk with my dog! It’s great in all weather, although it can get icy in the winter, so spikes are good to have.

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29 days ago

Falls are right near the road so no hiking required to see them. but the trail network in the area is great and well marked so might as well go for a hike after see the falls!

if you don't climb down the hill (ropes are provided) to the bottom of the falls then the hiking should really be rated as easy rather than moderate. most people I saw weren't going down to the bottom and ot totally an optional thing. The rest of the hiking is easy on well marked trails through the woods and valleys. Nice fall hike!

Tranquility at its best

1 month ago

First time using this app and first time truly hiking. Got very lost but it’s a beautiful trail. Very nice place to get lost. Will revisit, for sure.

1 month ago

Walked about 5km from the parking lot and there were many trails to pick from. Mostly labeled and easy to follow. Did this hike at the beginning of September (at about high 20*C) and found a lot of mosquitoes near the wooden steps area - so don’t forget to wear big repellent in the summer and share the path with bikers!

This is an extremely beautiful trail with varied terrain. Hiking shoes are absolutely required to navigate a few sections. It is definitely “moderate”. I echo the comment about doing the loop counter-clockwise (ie follow the Bruce Trail white blaze markings) unless you want to incorporate more cardio. Regardless you won’t be disappointed.

Loved the steep slopes. Great exercise. My 11 yr old daughter enjoyed it too. Got confused with some of the routes but there were enough people around and with enough asking, we found our way out.

1 month ago

Great walk, beautiful weather. The trail is nice and wides.

easy relaxing trail

1 month ago

A good hike. The ground was damp following overnight rain, combined with fallen leaves, meant footing in some places was slippery.

Beautiful day for a hike. Signage at Metcalf was very poor and a few other areas after. Shortly after there is a bit of a ladder that was slightly difficult for my dog.
Parking lot holds about 5 cars but can park on roadside.
Energetic hike took 4 hours including rest and getting turned around.
Need good shoes lots of rocks.

A little gem in the Aurora/Newmarket area. Fairly easy to complete in under 2 hours.

Amazing spot that evens has a dog park!

Great trail, the kids loved it!! Mostly in shaded area, beautiful scenery and versatile.
If walking with small children MUST behave carefully around cliff view.

Very surreal place ...a must visit , waster clear and warm . Tons of marking near the beach ..had fun

Great hiking spot. Diverse landscapes, beautiful views. Bugs were not bad at all. Would definitely explore this area again.

1 month ago

Sept 15 - very warm day for hiking but the cedar and delicious tree canopy made for a very comfortable hike. Amazing crevices!

Great shady trail!!! Plan to go there again.

Beautiful trail with a pond along the path. Dog and horse friendly.

great trial but a lose dog on the trail with no owner in sight intimated my dog so forced us to walk off the trial as it was barking and growling.

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