Walk through a beautiful woodland with a chance to see many difference species of fauna and flora.
About Man’s Best Friend…
Dog walking is not permitted in the Cliffs and Alvars (River Trail and Woodland Trail) or at Springbank. Dogs on leash are welcome Grand Trunk Trail, Maple Lane and Grand Allée. Please keep dogs on a leash to protect wildlife and visitors.
Bicycles are not allowed on rare’s Cliff and Alvars trails, as cycling is damaging to the trails and risky for the cyclist and other trail users. Cyclists – please keep to the Grand Trunk Trail.
A geo-cache policy for the reserve is being developed. If you have further inquiries about geo-caching at rare please contact Carleigh Pope, Junior Conservation Officer at (519) 650-9336 ext 114.
Please help us educate others in our community about protecting and respecting this incredible natural resource. Please report any signs of abuses of the use of rare trails by calling 519-650-9336.
Our trails are designed to give you better access to the natural beauty of rare, while encouraging education and spreading ecological awareness. These trails also allow the community to see the rare, or uncommon, elements which exist here: limestone cliffs, alvars, floodplains, diverse flora and fauna, historical buildings and the confluence of aboriginal transportation routes.
Information from http://www.raresites.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.
For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada
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