The Rouge Park website provides some interesting detail on this trail.
You can walk a 200 year old logging route. Large trees were cut and floated down the river to the lake, bound for ship building yards in Europe.
Trail leads over the "hog's back", or ridge, to Twyn Rivers Drive, or follow the 3.3 km loop route of the Riverside Trail to return to the South trail head - Glen Rouge. Steep grades on trail. Steps and steep sections may be slippery during wet or winter weather.
Forest species of plants and animals. Mature forests with lush understorey of ferns and other plants.
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For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada
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