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Inglis Falls Conservation Area Trail


From wooded escarpment cliffs to the Sydenham River in the valley, this all-season trail provides easy and difficult hikes and restricted biking.

Nestled below the falls are the remains of a gristmill built by Peter Inglis in 1845. Shortly after the mill was established, a sawmill was added. This was converted to a woolen mill in the 1870's.

In 1862, the gristmill was replaced by a larger four storey building which operated until destroyed by fire in 1945. The millstones from the original mill remain on display above the falls. To the north is Harrison Park.

Winter ski trails are ungroomed.

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