NATURE TRAILS LAKE MUSKOKA

NATURE TRAILS LAKE MUSKOKA

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Hardy Lake Trail

You will find the Hardy Lake trails in Hardy Lake Provincial Park just off of Hwy 169 east of Torrance. There are no facilities at this Park. Biking, motorized vehicles and camping are not permitted.

For novice users, there is a lovely 3km trail that traverses rocky outcrops, natural shoreline and forested areas. This trail is of moderate difficulty with some steep ascents and declines. Users should have basic navigation skills.

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Chamberlain Trail

Be prepared to dodge wet areas! This trail features several marshy sections that have a gothic appearance as well as large rock ridges that are great to explore. Close enough to town to hear the Segwun whistle. Although this is a return trail, an extended residential walk can be found by turning right on Brydons Bay Road.

The contrasts of this trail are astounding as it travels from peaceful forests and craggy rock cuts to well-manicured lawns and flowerbeds.

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Brydon's Bay Trail

A family friendly trail that wanders through majestic red and white pine's and quiet contemplation. Close enough to Lake Muskoka to hear the gulls but also to observe the many woodland creatures. This trail is a point of land, jutting into Brydon's Bay.

The trail consists of natural surface and wood chip. An excellent trail for hiking and mountain biking as well as snowshoeing in the winter from the Gravenhurst Centennial Centre on Winewood Ave. in Gravenhurst.

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Bracebridge Bay Trail

This historic walk provides a scenic view of Bracebridge Bay and Kelvin Grove Park. A footbridge leads accross the falls to Kelvin Grove Park and continues along the Muskoka River to the Riverside Inn. Historical plaques abound this easy 1.5 km loop traverses nautral, paved and boardwalk sections.

The trail is located in the heart of Bracebridge at the south end of Manitoba Street at the Bird Mill Mews Visitors Information Centre. Parking is available at the Bird Mill Mews parking lot as well.

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Hahne Farm Trail

Heady perfume of sunbaked pine needles, fern, birch groves, wild mushrooms and sumac. All this and more on a series of loops that traverse a mix of hard and soft wood forest. The Stunning ridge view overlooking a marshland, this trail, consisting of natural and wood chip surfaces. It has loops ranging from 2 - 5 kms. It is used for hiking, mountain biking and snowshoeing.

The trail has entrances off Bethune Drive at McDonald's and a separate entrance on Pinedale Road and under the water tower in Pine Ridge. Parking is available under the water tower or along the roadside at other locations.