The trail starts on a long wide grassy lane, which goes into a mature hardwood bush. It then goes into an array of vegetation: pine, cedar, wetland and field. There is one steeper hill, but is not overly difficult. A wonderful hike, particularly in its autumn glory.

Length: 4 km

Difficulty: Easy to Moderate

Facilities: Parking

Trail Uses: Walking, cross-country skiing

Location: Oxford Rd. 29 (north side), just west of Oxford Rd. 22

Contact: Grand River Conservation Authority: (519) 621-3697

Contact Information

Grand River Conservation Authority
(519) 621-3697


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