Tiny Trail – Balm Beach Rd. E

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The Tiny Trail runs north of Elmvale parallel to County Rd 6, then northeastward to the town limits of Penetanguishene. Pass through prime agricultural land and hardwood forest, crossing over the Wye River and Copeland Creek. The trail is a popular choice for activities of all types, from hiking and walking to horseback riding, cycling and winter sports.

Check out 15 historic bridges along the way, including the Concession 2E Railway Bridge, built in 1878 and an Ontario Heritage Act cultural heritage property. Nearby, visit the Ossossane Ossuary and the Tiny Marsh Wildlife Area.

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Trail surface:
Gravel

Description of terrain:
Easy – Great for families. May include some paved or gravel double-track sections and inclines.

Parking:
Balm Beach Rd. E, 97 Balm Beach Rd E, Tiny

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