The Wilderness Wildlands section starts in Moore Falls, where highway 35 meets the Black Lake Cottage road.
There is a small grassy parking area just before a sign indicating that the cottage road is for cottagers only. DO NOT take your car on the cottage road.
This parking area is reserved for Ganaraska Trail Hikes only and should be booked in advance by contacting the GHTA firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wilderness section is rugged, on the Pre-Cambrian shield, with many ups and downs.
DO NOT GO alone into the Wilderness, even if you know what to do if you encounter a black bear. Attach bells onto your pack to let bears know you are coming, so you don't surprise them.
The Ganarsaka Hiking Trail Wildands Wilderness Section mainly runs through the Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park.
For more inofmration on this trail or to contribute to the great work of the GHTA see: Ganaraska Hiking Trail Association
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