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This seems like a great trail and will enjoy another visit, but it is very easy to get off trail due to poorly marked trails.

hiking
14 hours ago

winter wonderland

4 days ago

Nice forested walk with litigation side trails to explore.

walking
13 days ago

Decent walk.. Wouldn’t say I thought it was fantastic. Views were ok. There are better walks close by. We went in January and trail was quite Treacherous.

hiking
15 days ago

I always shit in the bushes on this trail, never forget to leave your mark! If it dries properly you might be able to show your kids in 10 years, you know, show em that you left a mark on this world and you’re not completely worthless! It’s a brilliant little trail, will visit again.

Rated 2 - not a hike or walk, the parking lot is 50 meters from the viewing platform. $5 to park, view is amazing but definitely can’t be classified as a trail.

on Cedar Trail

hiking
19 days ago

*Don't go to parking coordinate there is no parking there. You'll need to park near the Vista Trail head off of Zoo Road 43°49'05.8"N 79°10'21.7"W there is parallel side of road parking during the off season. But not available during the summer months (read signs carefully). From there choose your hike as a number of trails connect from here. Park maps: http://www.rvcc.ca/Rouge_Park_Hiking_Trails.html

Also it can be pretty noisy in sections due to traffic. Hope that helps!

1 month ago

Great relaxing hike with awesome changes of scenery.

Beautiful and well maintained trail with clear signs.

hiking
1 month ago

One of the best !

trail running
1 month ago

The route shown on the map actually includes the Riverside Trail (which has not been maintained) but continues to be very popular with trail runners. The Mast Trail Loop being bounded between the Little Rouge Creek & Rouge River enjoys ridges that overlooks these waterways. As a result numerous secondary trails exist that create challenging hill climbs from the low lying areas to the tops of he ridges. The former Caper Valley Ski hill is just one of them. These primary and secondary trails if linked correctly create a challenging 10 km loop with six aggressive hill climbs.

Parts of this trail are very interesting but it is almost all paved and there is too much time walking on roadways. The trail was closed in a couple places forcing us back onto roads. Probably a good route to bike.

1 month ago

A nice foested trail that makes you feel like you are in a remote area and not the city. Some parts of the route are closed so route adjustments may be necessary.

trail running
1 month ago

Great trail for running a few hills and moderately challenging.

hiking
2 months ago

Great area for a long or short hike, there are different loops from a 45 min loop, to several hour loops.

Great view in fall

hiking
2 months ago

Excellent trail. Well marked! Did 9km in about 90 minutes with my dog.

Dundas Peak Close!!!!! This trail is too short and charge me20

3 months ago

Eh, wheres the real hiking trail? My gps took me to toronto zoo so i had to go back to the bridge at old finch and park.

on Dundas Valley Trail

hiking
3 months ago

Such a beautiful spot to hike! I love how there are many trails to choose from. Go for a quick hike or really spend your time there. You could get lost in that forest for hours (my favorite feeling). I only had the chance to do the main trail (with quick stops at hermitage ruins and the Griffith house) and seeing how lovely it was, I would absolutely want to return to do all trails, multiple times, and maybe even try biking. Gorgeous in the fall, well marked trails. Recommend throughly!

hiking
3 months 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!

3 months ago

Parking was difficult to find if you just drove to the coordinate provided. The trail itself was quite pleasant, flat with some views of small lakes and streams. Probably even prettier with the fall colours a few weeks later!

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.

hiking
3 months ago

I'd go back for sure. It is pretty busy but that worked in my favour when my license fell out of my pocket and a biker found it and I got it back! Everyone I encountered was incredibly nice. I will say it can get confusing at some of the path intersections with the way they are marked (or unmarked) and the park's maps aren't really great at helping you out. This app was incredibly helpful and I was thankful to have it. Parking is cheaper depending on what lot you start at. I was at the Artaban lot which was $5 but you start and end with a long hill. The views were wonderful though and there is a lot of variety depending on what you are looking for.

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

nice but busy. and very easy.

Nice waterfall! Very easy hike for anyone

waterfall dried up :(

My favourite trail. Short and sweet.

hiking
4 months ago

Thoroughly enjoyed getting right into nature on this hike. The path is narrow and for the most art, not maintained. In some areas the path was clear and there were boardwalks for short distances. The scenery was awesome! Fields of flowers, tall trees, babbling river — worth coming here for a nature trip! Wear comfortable shoes as the terrain varies quite a bit. And yes, there are a lot of red ants so comfortable shoes AND socks is a good idea. I’ll definitely be back to explore more!

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