Four trails follow the Main Branch of the Muskoka River. Scenic view of Duck Chutes. The level sandy plains, shallow marshes and rugged terrain are typical of the Muskoka landscape. The forested areas obscure previous uses including cattle grazing, gravel pits, etc.
The four trails vary in length from 3 - 8 km loops and consist of natural surfacing. In the winter the trails are excellently groomed for cross-country skiing.
To find the Bracebridge Management Resource Centre, take Highway 11 N., past the turn off for Highway 117. The entrance is on the east side of Highway 11, 2.4 kms north of High Falls/Hwy 117 bridge. The entrance is clearly marked by a large sign.
Hwy 11 North of Bracebridge