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Feversham Gorge Trail


Limestone walls almost 85 metres tall are home to rare ferns and mosses; 1.5-km hiking trail with a stairway and lookout stations; Beaver River in bottom of gorge, mixed woodland on land above; several small cascades where springs emerge; picnic area, parking lot and privies. 1.5km, intermediate, loop. The trail leads you from the parking lot down into the gorge and the edge of the Beaver River.



There are stairways to ease the way and lookouts to allow you to appreciate the view. The Gorge walls climb around you to a height of over 24m. From Hwy. 10 pick up the 4 at Flesherton and head east to Grey Country Road 2, where you'll head north towards the town of Feversham. The conservation area is just before the town on your right.



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