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Pine Way Trail (Red Trail)

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Point to Point

513' 156 m

High

453' 138 m

Low

98' 30 m

Up

59' 18 m

Down

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

25%

Max Grade (14°)

Dogs Leashed

Need to Know

You must pay to park at this conservation area. There is a daily parking pass that you can use between areas. A daily pass is valid on the day of purchase between sunrise and sunset. Yearly parking passes are also available. Visit https://www.quinteconservation.ca/en/outdoor-spaces/parking.aspx to learn more.

Description

Sidney Conservation Area at 379 Airport Road, Stirling ON is a quaint property with just over 1 km of trails that wind through a stately red pine plantation, sections of mixed forest, and open areas. This area is a popular destination for cross country skiers and those seeking a simple nature trail.

Activities
  • Hiking
  • Cross country skiing
  • Dog walking (dogs must be leashed at all times)
  • Passive Biking. Passive Biking is recognized by Quinte Conservation as the activity in which individuals on bicycles traverse designated trails outlined by the Authority at a leisurely pace that would not pose a danger to trail users or wildlife, and would have minimal environmental impact.

Contacts

Land Manager: Quinte Conservation

Shared By:

Ali Ryder

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