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Mast Trail

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.

The trail leads over the "hog's back", or ridge, for a challenging walk north or south bound. Steep grades on trail. Steps and steep sections may be slippery during wet or winter weather.

PLEASE NOTE: Our guided walks on Mast meet at Glen Rouge Campground, and head out via the South Trailhead. See the maps below or Click here.

The North trailhead is on Twyn Rivers Drive with parking available at 55 Twyn Rivers Drive. Once parked, start on the Orchard trail until you meet the road, then turn left/west to walk across the bridge over the Little Rouge Creek, and the trailhead is immediately to your left.

The South trail head is reached from the Glen Rouge Campground area, 7450 Kingston Road.

What will I see on this trail?

  • Forest species of plants and animals.
  • Mature forests with lush understorey of ferns and other plants.

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How Do I Get There?

View Glen Rouge Campground/Mast trailhead, parking in a larger map
Mast Trail 2.2 km

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