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Pine Loop Trail 1

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A basic, well-marked and well-maintained trail close to Kingston.


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Map Key

1.0

Miles

1.6

KM

Point to Point

295' 90 m

High

272' 83 m

Low

31' 9 m

Up

19' 6 m

Down

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

4%

Max Grade (2°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Birding · Wildlife

Open dawn to dusk from March - December. Closed January - February for cross-country skiing.

Need to Know

Entry Fee: $5 for adults, $3.50 for children 12 and under, maximum fee of $15 per car (special event pricing may apply). Annual Passes are available for $85. They provide admission to Little Cataraqui Creek for one year.

Description

First, cross over a sturdy boardwalk over a small pond, which is often full of lily pads. Listen for bullfrogs, and maybe even see one or two. Then you'll get to a path junction where chickadees are often found. In the winter, they're hungry, so bring birdseed (available for sale at the outdoor centre). The rest of the trail is an easy and well-traveled route, with occasional muddy patches.

Flora & Fauna

Frogs, chickadees

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Ali Ryder

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Photos

Boardwalk looking south
Sep 4, 2020 near Kingston, ON
Tons of frogs can be seen on this area of the trail.
Jul 27, 2021 near Kingston, ON
A snowman guarding the fork in the trail.
Aug 26, 2020 near Kingston, ON
Marsh and cattails
Sep 4, 2020 near Kingston, ON
Little Cataraqui Creek in winter
Aug 26, 2020 near Kingston, ON
Lean-to made by students.
Sep 4, 2020 near Kingston, ON

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Sep 4, 2020
Ali Ryder
Hiked carrying baby