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Seaton Hiking Trail


The Seaton Hiking Trail was created in the early 1970s as an interpretive hiking trail. It follows the West Duffins Creek from Hwy 7 in the north to Concession 3, all in the City of Pickering.

The trail is surprisingly rugged, with cliffs, eroded embankments, steep inclines, rough and unstable surfaces. Treacherous when icy in wintertime. A very popular trail, close to Toronto.

This trail is part of the greater Oak Ridges Moraine trial which stretches for 200 kilometers across the top of Toronto.


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