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Nassagaweya, Bruce, and Crawford Lake Trails Loop

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Crawford Lake Conservation Area

Nassagaweya, Bruce, and Crawford Lake Trails Loop is a 6.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Milton, Ontario, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 6.1 mi Elevation gain 515 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Cross country skiing

Hiking

Nature trips

Snowshoeing

Walking

Forest

Lake

Views

Wild flowers

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NOTE: The Nassagaweya Trail is closed as of July 2020, due to COVID-19. Please check here for updates.

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Reviews (146)
Photos (503)
Recordings (121)
Completed (307)
Nadya Kalinina
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Hiking

Great and well marked trail.

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Jatin Gulati
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Hiking

Nassagavaya trail is closed. Few bugs on the north end ( Bruce trail portion)

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Inbal Shree
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HikingBugs

Lovely walk, can be shortened or much longer, connects to other trails really well. Lake is beautiful though not for swimming. Had bugs in late may.

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Katerina Allan
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TK B
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Hiking

Nice little trail. Went from Rattlesnake to Crawford lake on the orange trail, ate lunch and headed back on the bruce trail. Took about 2.5 hours

Jessica Cormier
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Hiking

Nice trail. Follow orange signs to begin if you start at Crawford Lake conservation

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Kevin Liu
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Challenging and long trail

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Varun Raghavan
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HikingIcyMuddy

Did half the trail. Easy to moderate, suitable with dogs and children except for a short path near the cliffs. Trails currently muddy with little bits of ice in sections.

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Shannon Dillon
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K Y
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Hiking

Nice trail overall. Quite a few mosquitoes this time of the year. Some falling acorns to watch out for in some areas too.

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Gaby Victoria
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HikingBugs

Nice trail! Easier than I anticipated. I wish it was a little bit longer, but overall we really enjoyed it. Very scenic and quiet.

Sarah-Anne Seale
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Hiking

It was beautiful but some of the trails were very overgrown and hard to identify/navigate through. The lake and long houses were very nice.

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Priya Fernando
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Hiking

quite and peaceful! enjoyed my hike

Brittany Playford
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HikingBugsMuddy

Great trail! It costs 7.75 to get into the park but it has actual indoor plumbing bathrooms at the start (none on the trail) so it’s worth it. Grab a map at the front gate or visitor center because there are a lot more side trails than in this map. As well, with some of the trails there’s an easier side trail that bypasses some of the steep rocky parts.

Jenn Loyola
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HikingBugsMuddyRocky

Really beautiful location and trails were marked well. No bathrooms/outhouses along the way, so make sure you go at the beginning! Bring bug repellant, good hiking shoes, and lots of water and food because one way is about 2 hours and back is a other 2 hrs. Definitely moderate with some difficult terrain with slippery rocks and roots that are exposed but it's worth it for the scenery and great exercise!

Manmeet Gill
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Hiking

Great trail, definitely moderate level - there are markers along the trees to keep you on the right path but still found ourselves getting a bit lost, especially when trying to complete a "loop". Not really a clear loop but definitely a good hike! Great views as you go along the canyon. Parts of the trail do get muddy and there are tons of mosquitos, like most trails at this time of the year - most of the trail is really well shaded but still would say wear long sleeves and lots of repellent. Parts of the trail are doable with young children, just be cautious - some of the rocks can be slippery and loose and lots of uneven pathways.

Laura House
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Phil Baker
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Edward Kiledjian
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