A Scrambling and Deep Lunges Hike.

We continued our Bruce Trail hiking adventure starting at Kinsmen Park in Beamsville, Ontario.

Beside the parking lot is a fenced in dog park and stairs travelling down the escarpment leading to street parking. There are no washrooms on site and there is lots of free parking.

This part of the Bruce Trail is very rocky and has lots of moss which can be slippery. Most of the time, we were jumping from rock to boulder over crevasses . Hiking poles strongly recommended.

Bruce Trail Kinsmen Park

This next picture is where I had to toss my hiking poles to the top, and crawl up these rocks.

Bruce Trail Kinsmen Park

The scenery and landscapes during this hike were simply beautiful.

The entrance from the parking lot and Frost Road

Our hike was about 4 km’s starting and ending at Kinsmen Park.

AllTrails Map

Thank you for taking the time to read our blog and follow our experiences.

Happy adventuring! #getoutside #getoutdoors ♥

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    1. The Bruce Trail is 885 kms stretching from Queenston to Tobermory in Ontario and the trail is pretty much the same the complete distance. It’s a workout, but very pretty and scenic.

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