Rock Dunder is a 2.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Leeds, Ontario, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
cross country skiing
A soaring lookout over the Rideau Waterway, and a local landmark for generations. Well-marked trails through mature woodlands, following shorelines and finally climbing to the rocky summit. Part of the Rideau Waterways Land Trust, trail development and maintenance by the Rideau Trail Association. This magnificent site was owned for generations by the Boy Scouts of Canada. In 2005 it was purchased by the Rideau Waterways Land Trust and is now available for hiking through their kindness.
Unfortunately this trail is becoming very busy so not as enjoyable as it once was.
I went here every weekend for a month! I absolutely love it. The best time is to go 2 hours before sunset or early morning! Make sure to bring a flashlight.
This was a great trail...beautiful scenery at the top!! Not too difficult but not what I would consider easy either.
Great great trail! A little challenging, but super fun! A lot on incline and decline. The summit is beautiful! Dog friendly I would suggest letting them off leash if you can.
Well worth the view of the Rideau canal system. Take a look in the old cabins on the trail
Great hike. Very few steep sections and minor rock scrambling but the view is well worth the effort. Parking is small and gets very crowded after 10am. Best to park early with a clear line of sight get to the exit.
This is an awesome place for a hike. i went with the Kingston Outdoor Adventure Club on meetup.com.
Great unique hike close to Kingston - felt longer than 5km. Great challenge in 2hours and 20 mins with stops at 3 cabins to explore