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Kahshe Barrens Trail


The Trail consists of two loops, the Casey loop and the Kadz loop. The Kadz family were early pioneers in this area and planted a cranberry marsh after logging of the original pines was done. The old Bethel cemetery is located behind the visitor centre.

One of the most naturally preserved and rugged trails in the Gravenhurst system, it consists of two loops - Casey and Kadz. Both loops offer majestic oak and evergreen. Casey Loop is hilly and gives a great view of the Beaver Pond at lookout Ridge.

This moderate trail features loops of up to 6 kms along natural and wood chip surfaces. Deer, porcupine, beaver, fishers and moose can sometimes be seen as can their tracks.

Trailhead is at the Muskoka Tourism Information Centre on Hwy 11 North 5 minutes north of Severn Bridge. Lots of parking available in the Muskoka Tourism parking lot. Washrooms are located at Muskoka Tourism.

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Ontario Trails do not own or manage any trails. Check with the identified manager before using this trail. Do not trespass, allowed uses only.

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