Join us as we trek through Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park in search of the wildlife that
hops, swims, slithers, scurries, runs, and flies across this impressive landscape. It is not a long route but it is challenging footing and requires crossing wet spots and climbing. We will be stopping frequently to look for wildlife. Suitable for adults, teens, children 5+. No dogs please.
HIKE #: 118
DATE: Thursday September 19
START TIME: 9:30 am
DURATION: 3.0 hours, 6km
LOCATION: Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Park. Access Point at Devil’s Lake. 1115 Devil’s Lake Rd
MAXIMUM # 20
LEADER: Phil Careless
LEADER BIO: As Park Biologist Phil had the good fortune to explore a great deal of this enormous wild space. His is always glad to show park users the often overlooked wildlife all around us.
DIRECTIONS: Take Hwy 35 to Minden, turn on Water Street and continue to the Bobcaygeon Rd.,approximately 1.5km. Turn right on Bobcaygeon Rd. over the bridge and continue to the first Rd. on your left, Deep Bay Rd. (County Rd 2). Travel along Deep Bay Rd. for approximately 12km to Devil’s Lake Rd.. Turn right on Devil’s Lake Rd. and travel 0.5km to parking lot at the trailhead ‐ 1115 Devil’s Lake Rd. The distance from Minden is approximately 13km and distance from Haliburton is approximately 38km. GPS coordinates: N44.8600, W78.8192
- In Search of Park Wild Life
Thursday, September 19, 2019
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Venue: Queen Elizabeth ll Wildlands Provincial Park