Bleasdell Boulder Trails
The Bleasdell Boulder is accessible thanks to the initiative of Paul and Maria Heissler who purchased the site, and then established a corporation to oversee the development of the natural heritage site for recreation and education. The boulder is believed to be the largest glacial erratic in Ontario. It is a metamorphic rock originating from northeastern Ontario. It is 44 feet long, 24 feet wide, and 19 - 22 feet high.
Big Boulder Trail- 1.3 km round trip. Wheelchair friendly, gravel trail will take you directly to the Boulder. You will pass through a variety of forest types, by a number of bird feeders and will cross over the Big Boulder Creek. Hiking and cycling options certainly abound in Quinte West. Natural and groomed trails of every terrain offer opportunities for relaxing strolls or vigourous fitness adventures. Surround yourself in green space, relax in its serenity and enjoy.
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Hiking & Walking, Snowshoeing & Backcountry
Parking, Picnic Areas
Complete Wheelchair Access
Quinte Country and Prince Edward County
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