Situated in and amongst Barry's Bay Ontario are the Thomas P. Murray recreational Trails. This combinationof trails represents a variety of trail uses within a geographic area. A combination system of at least 6 trails this varied use provides the option for multiple activity within a day!
The trails made up of the following - the Crooked Slide Trail - Extending from the area’s famous and picturesque park to McGillivray Trail and Lookout, this trail can be easily hiked/walked. Length: 1.25 km
Drohan’s Trail - A challenging trail with a variety of terrain. Take note of the ponds, creeks and rock outcroppings along the route. Length: 4.5 km
Gun Mountain Trail - Climb the hill to the top of the mountain to enjoy the view from Tom’s Lookout. Varied terrain and steep inclines. Length: 1.7 km
McGillivray Trail & Lookout - Our most difficult trail featuring very steep hills. Also one of our most beautiful lookouts. An alternate, easier route to the lookout can be found south of Long Lake Rd, along an active logging road. Length: 3.5 km
Red Pine Trail - An easy to moderate trail, extending to the base of Tom’s Lookout. Length: 4.2 km
Tom’s Trail - Now open! Enjoy this trek along a scenic beaver pond. Length: 2 km
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