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Split Rock Narrows Trail

Easy/Intermediate
 4.0 (1) RECOMMENDED ROUTE

Very cool hike along a rock split with a cool side trail (if you are adventurous).


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2.5

Miles

4.1

KM

Loop

1,602' 488 m

High

1,520' 463 m

Low

271' 83 m

Up

270' 82 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

Dogs Unknown

Features Cave · Geological Significance · Spring

Overview

Very nice but short trail to hike in the Split Rock Narrow. Nice place to go with children to see a very cool geological phenomenon.

Description

Park at the start of the trail and follow the blue-blazed Splitrock Side Trail. The first part follows what seems to be agricultural land. You'll then enter the forest and will follow the split. When the split is very narrow, it is very deep so be careful. You'll then enter a cedar forest until you reach the road.

You can come back to Ralph Tremill's side Trail. Take the time to look for multiple wildflowers. If you have time and you can go down in the Narrow Side Trail for 150 meters before coming back. You'll see small caverns and nice rock walls.

Contacts

Land Manager: Bruce Trail Conservancy

Shared By:

Camille Chaudron

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Splitrock Narrows crevice
Jun 2, 2021 near Shelburne, ON
Wildflowers
Jun 2, 2021 near Shelburne, ON

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