|Trail Type||Linear||Trail Markers||None but easy to follow|
|Distance||0.21 km||Scenery Rating||Special Features|
|Estimated Time||15 mins||Mainteance Rating||Medium|
|Trail Surface Type||Forested||Cell Phone Reception||None|
|Elevation Change||8 m||GPS file||Garmin GDB File|
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Heading west on Route 104 continue past the turnoff to Crabbe Mountain Ski Resort and continue towards the Village of Millville. You will go down a long hill. A main haul road for the Nackawic Pulp mill crosses Route 104 near the bottom of the long hill. If you cross a bridge you have gone too far.
Turn right and head north on this haul road. Warning: This is a heavy truck traffic road. Be extremely careful driving on the roads beyond this point. After approximately 8.5 km (just past km marker 18) there is a main J. D. Irving haul road called the D20 that goes off at an angle to the left. Take this road. The kilometer markers on this road begin to count down. This is a quick way to know you are on the right road. Drive for 19.75 km on this road (half way between the 29 and 28 km marker) you will see a small road to your right and you should see a small sign pointing the directions to B. Rock or Balancing Rock (see photo).
Take this road up over a slight grade for about 700 meters then take the road to your left. Another 350 meters will take you to a small shelter and picnic table called the Prosser Rest Area. The short trail to Balancing Rock starts behind the shelter.
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Trail last visited February 16, 2013.
Page Last Updated January 30, 2014.