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Tom Page Way Trail

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Quick Facts

Difficulty easy
Trail Type linear
Distance 180 metres
Estimated Time 10 mins
Surface Type gravel
Elevation Change 27 metres
Features arboretum
Trail Markers signs
Scenery Rating features
Maintenance Rating well maintained
Cell Reception strong
Dog Friendly on a leash
Fees none
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Description

The Tom Page Trail is a wide, relatively straight, crushed rock trail that climbs the hill through a mainly hardwood forest. Along the trail you will find several interpretive signs describing the surrounding native trees, that were planted in the early 1900s. This trail is part of the park's arboretum. The trail is named after one of the park's past naturalists.

Directions

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

Drive past the Lily Lake Pavilion. At the end of the lake keep left and cross over the small causeway onto Fisher Lake Road. Just past the interpretive centre turn right into the parking lot and park. You will find the trail enter the woods across the road from the upper exit of the parking lot.

The other end of the trail can be found along the Trans Canada Trail between Fisher Lakes Drive and the Lookout Trail.

Other Trails Nearby

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

Trail Last Hiked: February 3, 2020.

Page Last Updated: January 14, 2022.