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This trail works the buns! It also tuckered out our 2 year old black lab. The trail (especially trail 6) was quite scenic with some stunning views of the Ottawa valley. Highly recommend!

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
7 days ago

hiking
7 days ago

You need to park on the gravel road, so stop wherever you see a trail head. I started at p15. Nice lake with camping spot at far end.

Main challenge elevation. middle 3k has irregular trail features, views. Rest is multiuse trail.

We completed the entire loop in 6 1/2 hours and this was hauling a** with only short breaks along the way. Bring your bathing suit to so can go for a dip once you reach the rock beach. The trail is not overly difficult but lots of elevation change. We found the rocks to be very slippery. Bring lots of water, we only brought 2 bottles each and could of used 4 each. it was definitely a work out and we were very exhausted by the end but it was worth it.

This is a fantastic hike but it is quite challenging. My wife and I did the entire loop and thoroughly enjoyed the scenic views all along the way. However, it took us 6 hours, we also had a 2-1/2 year old on our backs practically the whole time. He only ended up walking maybe 2km out of the entire 17km trail. We’re pretty avid hikers and we both work out several times a week. Both of us were quite sore after this trail as it is fairly rugged. If you’re going to hike the entire loop be prepared for a long day and bring plenty of water and food.

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

Really good trail and the view of the cliff was beautiful!!!

Beautiful hike that takes you to the waterfalls and Carbide Wilson Ruins. I went on a prime hiking day weather wise and it was a Sunday. I was lucky to get a spot in the parking lot. There were so many people on the first part of the trail that takes you to the Ruins. The 2nd part going to Meech Lake not nearly as crowded. I definitely recommend this trail but be prepared for some ups and downs.

Beau sentier. J’aime le fait qu’il donne accès à plusieurs autres sentiers pour ceux qui veulent faire un plus long trajet.

Beautiful trail. The view over the cliffs is breathtaking.

hiking
24 days ago

tough and boring.

29 days ago

Great trail for a nice hike in the woods.

hiking
1 month ago

Great spot to hike! The views can be a little bit obstructed however. Would be beautiful for snowshoeing during the winter.

on Luskville Falls Trail

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful and not too crowded. Big scramble up the rocks at the beginning had us sweating hard and sucking air - but it’s worth it!

Hiking boots are highly recommended- we did this trail in runners (we misjudged the terrain!), and while nobody rolled an ankle, I imagine it happens a lot up here.

Once you hike past the rocks, the trail becomes a more mellow walk/hike. We opted to go further than the loop and up to the fire tower - views were a little anti-climactic but not bad enough to spoil the hike. All in all a great walk.

Enjoyable summer hiking trail, with enough short, steep, hills to make it more than just an easy walk. Yesterday there were summer cycling camps using the shared part (#1) with some pretty terrified looking youngsters and we had to watch out and move off the trail a number of times. #6 section is "hikers only" and worth the extra time. The views are spectacular.

Awesome trail. Stunning view into Georgian Bay. The overnight rest area is spacious and right in the water. Highly recommend it!

Was the highlight of our week long trip! Our 8-11 year old girls finished it and had a blast. Amazing views, some difficult terrain. Now my wife and I want to trek the entire Bruce trail.

If you end up staying over at the harbour, be sure you DO have a propane burner or such as the wood in the area is usually very damp and many larger pieces of wood are gone later in the summer months. Overall a beautiful hike with some moderately challenging elevations (closer to the lake side)

Highly recommended

Fantastic hike. Elevation will make it take longer so start early. Great swimming spot half way in.

Really good trail. Make sure you pack plenty of water and snacks with lots of energy. Did the whole thing along with most of the side trials.

This trail has amazing views. Definitely bring snacks and lots of water! We didn’t do the full 15km loop. There are lots of opportunities via side trails to make this hike shorter if necessary. This trail is pretty rugged, but very enjoyable. Due to the steep cliffs and crevices, it’s probably not a great idea to bring kids. I will definitely be doing this hike again!

Best Trail ! Beautiful View ! Easy and breathtaking!

trail running
1 month ago

Started at P12 which was easy to find using google maps. Headed out uphill right away on Trail 40, then turned onto Trail 24. Turned right onto Trail 1B and followed the signs to the lookout. There were washrooms and garbage here as well as a parking lot. Took 1B back to Trail 18 which then turned into Trail 2 back to Trail 40 and the start. It was about 10.25km and 260m of elevation. Very beautiful trail, well marked and easy to follow.

The lookout point is absolutely breathtaking. So worth the trek!

hiking
1 month ago

nice trail. it was challenging in a good way. no waterfall, not even a trickle

awesome trail! light house should not be missed!

Absolutely amazing. It is a very difficult trail, though. It seems it's designed to break your ankles, lol. The air pressure(?) changes when you get up onto the cliff, and it feels like a different world. McKay Harbor is an overnight camping spot (no fires allowed, AMAZING spot though), and from the Harbor down to Cemetery road (bottom right corner) might be the hardest spot. Definitely recommend a sandwich and some granola bars (I found eating a clif bar on the cliff somewhat humorous) and taking LOTS of water. Highly recommend a camelbak. <3 <3 <3

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