The Hickling Trail is 1.5km in length, has an average width of 3 metres, and is designed to be accessible. With a
firm gravel surface with screenings, it is for non-motorized uses only.

Points of Interest:

1. Cycle Simcoe Outdoor Repair Station: The County of Simcoe has installed a locally built,
outdoor repair station for cyclists to make minor repairs to their bikes.
2. Hickling Switch Back Climb: The Hickling switch back climb was built to meet
accessibility standards and offers a stunning view of the red and white pine.
3. Red and White Pines: The majority of the property was planted primarily with red
and white pine in 1949 – 1950. Periodic selective harvesting since that time has been
conducted to keep the forest healthy and growing.
4. Carson Road Entrance: Secondary entrance at north side of Carson Road at Anne
Street intersection. Limited parking spaces available.

Trail map: Hickling Trail

We would also direct you to read our DISCLAIMER and our TRAIL USERS CODE.


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Hickling Trail characteristics

Length: 1.5 km linear
Difficulty: Easy (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Stone Dust and Crushed limestone
Trail use: Hiking
Wheelchair accessible
Accessibility Notes: wheelchair accessible
Fees: None

Flora & Fauna:

Not yet reported.

Amenities: none

Attractions: Views

Simcoe County 705-726-9300

Find it: 1177 Snow Valley Rd, Midhurst

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 44.4347200
Longitude: -79.7424430