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Moor Falls to Devil's Lake - Ganaraska Hiking Trail


The Wilderness section of the Ganaraska Hiking Trail starts at Moore Falls. There is a small grassy parking area just off the north side of Highway 35 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 on private property and is reserved for members of the Ganaraska Hiking Trail Association Inc. (GHTA) only.

DO NOT GO alone into the Wilderness area unless you are quite familiar with the area; the trail is rugged with many ups and downs, and cell phone reception is spotty. In addition, there are several side trails which can be confusing to the inexperienced.

The 65 km Wilderness Section of the 500 km long Ganaraska Hiking Trail runs mainly through the Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park, a non-operating park with few amenities.

For more information on this trail or to contribute to the great work of the GHTA see:www.ganaraska-hiking-trail.org.

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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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