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Eagle Hill Nature Trail, Roosevelt-Campobello International Park

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Corduroy Trail


Corduroy Trail


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Quick Facts

Difficulty moderate
Trail Type linear
Distance 1.1 km
Estimated Time 25 mins
Surface Type forested
Elevation Change 32 metres
Features forest, rocks
Trail Markers signs
Scenery Rating features
Maintenance Rating well maintained
Cell Reception strong
Dog Friendly on a leash
Fees none


The trail travels through the woods near Frying Pan lake and then travels through a narrow valley. In the narrow valley the trail passes by some really interesting rock outcrops and small cliffs. The most interesting being a bunch of molded, layered rocks. After the rocky outcrops the trail dips down into a more dense mixedwood forest. The trail has a few more wet, muddy areas in this section.

Molded, layered rock along the Conduroy Trail

The trail passes under a powerline and the Carnage Trail. It then re-enters the woods. After a short distance the trail comes out to the Trans Canada Trail.


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For directions to the park check out the Rockwood Park page.

You can access the east end of the Corduroy Trail on the Zoo Trail near Frying Pan Lake. The other end of the trail is accessed from the north end of the Trans Canada Trail. The trail can also be accessed from the Frying Pan Lake Trail, the Bunny Rampage Trail, the Horse Trail and the Carnage Trail.

Corduroy Trail sign

Other Trails Nearby

For a full list of trails in the park go to the Park page.

Trail Last Hiked: July 14, 2021.

Page Last Updated: January 9, 2022.