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Singhampton Caves Trail is a 1.4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Clearview, Ontario, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.4 mi Elevation gain 305 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Rock climbing Walking Bird watching Running Cave Forest Views Wild flowers Wildlife Snow
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Note: Parts of this trail can be closed due to icy conditions during the winter months. Please exercise caution.

Bruce Trail Conservancy , Beth Kummling PHONE: 1-800-665-4453

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ERin CArROLL
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Nice trail, for the caves there is some climbing and wouldn’t recommend for small pups but there’s ways around it which were very nice.

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Christine Marshall
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Muddy right now

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Steve Leslie
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Amazing. It's a pretty easy walk. Once you take the cave trail things get hard, but definitely worth it. Take this challenge!

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Daniel Rabanes
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Mike Binns
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Great. Lots of fun.

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Shawn Gmora
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HikingGreat!MuddyScramble

Loved it. Slippery in the crevasses even if it hasn’t rained. Get there early as it gets a little crowded later on making it harder to physical distance in the narrow passageways. Perfect place to visit even after the leaves have fallen. Will return in autumn for sure!

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Andrew Slade
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Holly Michaels
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Such a cool experience! Definitely requires you to use hands and feet to climb a little. Slippery when wet!

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Donna McLean
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Loved trekking through the caves. A little slippery after snow on the rocks and leaves so tred carefully.

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Deirdre Casey
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Beautiful. My new favourite

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Mal Burt
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Incredible! So worth it, but definitely a bit treacherous in the rain.

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K-Load L
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Lisa McGinnis
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Rhoda deBruin
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Gina Deng
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Curtis Nardone
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Crystal Martin
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A little muddy but beautiful fall colours.

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Scott Young
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HikingGreat!RockyScramble

Great trail. Very well marked. The Bruce Trail portion (white blazes) is low difficulty with lots to see. The Singhampton Caves detour (one of the blue blaze side trails) is great fun if you like lots of boulder scrambles. With moss and leaves and a little moisture, the difficulty is increased in the fall so good shoes are a must and climbing gloves aren’t a bad idea. IMHO the Singhampton Caves trail should be approached counter clockwise (from the east, head north down the trail and the circle back west and back southward up the rocks), otherwise you’re climbing/sliding down the rocks.

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Savita Rathore
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It’s a refreshing experience. The caves formation is the main attraction. Very adventurous and thrilling experience. Don’t go on a rainy day as it can be slippery. Wear comfort shoes meant for hiking. Free parking, free entry

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Sonia Nhem
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alina sahrova
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super fun!

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Terry B
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Harder than it looks. Kids loved the hard scrambles and there were a few scary extra climbs the kids made us do. Amazing caves and crevices. Five year old had trouble in spots but otherwise was fine.

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Matt Harris
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Super fun, would highly recommend

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David Richmond-Peck
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Can’t think of another hike where we’ve had such a good time. Took my 8 and 4 yr old with me. If I had of gone alone I would of thought this trail too tough for them. However, with careful guidance it was one of the best hikes we’ve done all Summer. What an adventure. They absolutely loved it.

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Toni B
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Good fun short hike, but rather muddy

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