Little Rouge Creek Woodland Trail

MODERATE 64 reviews

Little Rouge Creek Woodland Trail is a 4.7 kilometer lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Toronto, Ontario, Canada that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and running. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 4.7 km Elevation Gain: 44 m Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

walking

running

forest

river

wildlife

Rouge Valley , Louis Yeager PHONE: 905-713-6038

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icy
snow
8 days ago

hiking
3 months ago

Very beautiful hiking area, especially in the fall

hiking
off trail
4 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

Beautiful and quiet trail early in the morning. We did encounter a coyote however, so be mindful of this with small dogs and children!

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over grown
5 months ago

don't go on left side of the trail ..the map is wrong

Great trail. Been there many times before, first time in late summer through and a bit more overgrown in the not so used paths, regular path is fine.

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blowdown
5 months ago

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bugs
7 months ago

I love this spot- the only negatives would be in summer as most trails there is poison ivy off trail and mosquitoes can get heavy as well if you are meandering. The river is beautiful with salmon in the fall, and of course the colours! There is history here and if you know what you are looking for you can find species of plants that were planted by the previous campground hidden amongst the native species. Mostly flat, a nice loop, great for short hikes.

hiking
8 months ago

Great for a stroll, very flat and simple

hiking
9 months ago

Did this trail this afternoon and caught sight of the first trilliums popping up! It was pretty mucky in a few spots, but we had rain boots on and did just fine.

hiking
10 months ago

This trail is quite short and about 1/2 of it is on overgrown asphalt and wide enough to drive a small car or ATV down for the most part. Lots of people on this trail due to its proximity to the city and Steeles. Not sure how others were saying it took a couple or more hours to do it. Even strolling it wouldn't take that. Best part is using this trail as a launching point and going off piste and going South on the AllTrails unmapped Hillside Trail from the railbridge all the way South to Meadowvale where you can link up to the Cedar Trail. That is a really nice trail.

running
Sun May 20 2018

As a trail was decent to run. It was not marked as well as could have been desired as such ended up adding distance to our overall run (not a bad thing, but unexpected). There needs to be more identifiable markings for the loop.

hiking
Fri May 18 2018

Went april 22, 2018 and trails were flooded and muddy. The banks along the Rouge River have collapsed due to high water levels. Also there are notices of ticks. If you have a dog i suggest not bringing them due to the ticks and mud

hiking
Mon Apr 02 2018

Did about 5km with the family (husband, wife, two girls and our pup). We stayed on the main trail and then kept going and found this great little place under a railroad bridge that also provided great views of the Rouge Creek. It was perfect for setting up a little camp for lunch. Very few people, but may be due to time of year. There are well maintained parts and also side trails that make you forget you are pretty much surrounded by the urban sprall. Recommend for a 2-3 hour getaway.

Fri Jul 08 2016

beautiful and we'll maintained

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