Silver Peak
The Crack
Lake of the Woods
Chikanishing Creek
Granite Ridge
Cranberry Bog
Lighthouse Trail
Tar Vat Bay
George Island

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Hike - Chikanshing Trail

Access Chikanishing Trail starts at the end of Chikanishing Road, 2km west of the park office. Parking/Privy nearby.
Length Approx. 2km Loop Trail
Time 1.5 hours
Difficulty Moderate
Caution In wet weather rock surfaces are very slippery.

Winding to the park's southern boundary, Chikanishing Trail passes over a series of small ridges to end at a beautiful wave - washed point on Georgian Bay. This trail allows excellent views south over the Bay, and exhibits typical Precambrian Shield geology. Wildlife includes small mammals such as squirrels, mink and raccoons. Vegetation is typical of the rocky, windswept terrain throughout Killarney and the Georgian Bay coast. Soils are acidic, and vegetation is stressed by shallow soil depths and harsh growing conditions. In some locations, protected areas provide enough soil to allow large pine, oak, maple and shrub species to gain a foothold. Black metal rings used for mooring lines during the logging days can still be seen at a few locations along the trail. Interpretive plaques on the route tell of the colourful history of this part of Georgian Bay.

Killarney Outfitters
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Fax: 1.705.287.2691
( located just 4 minutes West of the Killarney Park main gate )
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