Twin Points Trail is a 1.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Carling, Ontario, Canada and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.3 miElevation gain177 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashFishingHikingMountain bikingPaddle sportsRoad bikingWalkingBird watching
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Sylvia Babiarz
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Muddy and rainy but beautiful

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Tania Tutta
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Nice!

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Jaclyn Amber
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Lots of walking on open rock, can be slippery when wet. Lots of opportunities for photos by the water. Then goes within the forest as well. Easy trail. Dog and kid friendly. Well marked.

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Dana Tattrie
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Duncan Ritchie
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Jelena L
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Nice easy trail with some rocky sections! Definitely good for a short walk but watch out for the bugs.

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Mayra Carlos
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HikingMuddy

Nice views of the lake, too short!

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Adam Holder
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HikingMuddy

Muddy..not many people on the trail very beautiful views of the water at the end not my favourite trail but it was ok.

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Mike Johnson
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Shoooort

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Greg Takata
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The trail is short but it says that it is short. The trail is also muddy but that is not too bad. The view makes it worth the while. l say that you should take a picnic lunch and walk out to the first set of rocks and take in the view because it is fantastic! Then pick up your picnic and walk around the rocks to the other scenic view. This is what this hike is all about!

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Karmen Too
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Saw 2 deer. Great short trail with great views.

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Doug LaRose
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Great trail, but short

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Nicole D'Alessandro
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This is a nice short loop with interesting terrain and great views of Georgian Bay. We saw three deer and a porcupine on our hike. Some sections of the trail were quite muddy due to recent rain, but it was easy to walk around these areas.

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Jacqui M
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Lovely short & easy trail with gorgeous views of the lake. Saw 2 deers..!!

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Charles Perreault
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A lovely walk through the forest. If you’re lucky you’ll spot a deer or two. Bring a bathing suit for the rocky beach part.

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David Lougheed
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Lovely short looping trail to Twin Points overlooking Georgian Bay

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Julia Gilbert
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Easy trail, very well marked! Rained a lot yesterday so the trail was a bit wet but still very nice.

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Raza Naqvi
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Very nice short trail. Took about 20 minutes and quite an easy trek. Great views of the water from the beautiful rocky shore. Nice mix of water and forest.

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Dan R.
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One of the nicest trails in Ontario. Just be careful with black flies in the backcountry rocky part of the trail, bug spray is highly recommended.

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Semyon Dovzhik
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Nice trail, very light, nice place to stop for swimming

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Taylor Cherski
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Good ratio of sun to shade on this trail! Not too long either, it was the perfect in between

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Maria Reinhart
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easy hike, well maintained. nice views and pretty pines

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Cathy Barrer
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Very nice trail with different terrain. Beautiful scenery. Went last October and only saw a few people

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Sydney Bryk
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Rob Mackie .
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Great scenic and easy hike. The dog and family swam at the beach then we had lunch on the granite rock lookout!

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Nadine Ouderkirk
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Great trail with many lookout areas and benches to take a break + flat grounds for picnics if you would like! Went around 9am and were almost the only ones on the trail, very peaceful! This trail is a loop trail but if you go to the left (closest to the water) it is a much flatter hike out and you could just do that side out and back. The rest of the trail is well marked, but slightly more rocky with a few ups and downs (would still consider it an easy hike, just need to watch your footing).

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Ali M
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Hiking

Nice, easy, short but interesting trail. Through forest and leading to a very scenic rocky shore (minus the intrusive boats), good for a swim and picnic. Good trail for kids. Had spots of busy-ness and could be loud (lots of kids) but easy to find quiet(er) spots on the giant rock shore.

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Pernelle Marin
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très facile, quoique orientation assez difficile (indications peu visibles). offre de belle vue sur la baie georgienne

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Jessica Parsons
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Didn't do the entire trail, just did a quick walk along Georgian Bay. Very flat easy trail. Went in spring with my dog and it was very quiet on a Sunday afternoon.

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Simon Parham
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This trail has the potential to be a great short trail but is ruined a bit by the high number of visitors and the boats moored in the harbour (just getting rid of the boats ruining the peaceful scenery would raise the trail by a point). The signposts are a bit run down too, like all those in Killbear. On the plus side, lots of walking over Canadian Shield and also we saw deer and a Massasauga rattlesnake.

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