Fall Hiking - Lake Seneca to Pine Farm 12 km

  • 12 Dec 2021
  • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • king city
  • 19


Please Register - Only REGISTRANTS are permitted to participate in this event.

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REMINDER: A mask and hand sanitizer are required.

At this time, we are accepting "guest" registrations. Please see the TBN website for instructions on how to register as a guest.

Registration will be open 6 days before the event.  We will open the site for registrations the Monday morning before the hike at 9.30 am. I realize this can be a pain but it will help prevent people from registering for all future hikes.  It will be just like the rides that we have been doing this season.

The hike is not difficult but there are several hills. Depending on trail conditions and weather, poles and icers may be recommended. As well as being scenic, the hike features a number of landmarks, including the former Eaton summer home on Lake Seneca and an Augustinian monastery on land once owned by Sir Henry Pellat, who built and lived in Casa Loma. The barn on the former Pellat estate north of King City is still standing and was designed by E.J. Lennox, the man who designed Casa Loma. 

Distance:  12 km

RWGPS Route:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/38047704

Pace:       Moderate (~3.5 km/hr)

Terrain:     Moderate - rocky with hills and/or poor footing.   Depending on the weather poles or icers may be needed

Directions:   Parking as usual this year is at a premium.  We will be parking on the road at the junction of the trail.  Please get there 15 minutes early in case there are complications.

Directions: Drive north on Hwy 400. Take the King Rd. cut-off and turn right. Drive east about 2 km. Turn left at Keele St. Drive about 3 km. You will see the Oak Ridges Trail marker on the east side of Keele St. Parking is on the side of the road. Note: We are not starting at the Millar Sidetrail. Our start point is about 1/4 km north of this sign. 


Hike Leader:    Jennie Piekos

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