Blueberry Mountain Trail at Cliffland

Cliffland is open to the public to come for hikes or to be used by groups for nature education. A network of hiking trails on the property lead to such scenic natural features as Blueberry Mountain and Pike’s Peak, two of the highest elevations in Lanark County. As you follow the trail up the mountain you follow a picturesque waterfall which tumbles down a series of rock cliffs. You can visit a 150-year-old pine grove and an old cedar grove which includes an ancient tree over 300 years old.

Another trail leads to the secluded Mann Lake, inaccessible by road. A botanist who visited the property twice has already identified 53 species that are considered uncommon in Lanark County; 20 species that are considered sparse; 13 that are considered rare; and two which have not previously been reported in this county. At least 12 Species at Risk have been observed on the property so far.

If you are interested in visiting Blueberry Mountain, the trail is clearly marked and you are welcome to hike to the lookout. Please sign the liability waiver form located at the Welcome Kiosk.  If you wish to explore other trails on the property, please call Howard or Jean Clifford for an appointment at (613) 259-3412.

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Blueberry Mountain Trail at Cliffland characteristics

Length: 2.5 km
Difficulty: Moderate (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural
Trail use: Hiking
Accessibility Notes: Not wheelchair accessible.
Fees: none

Flora & Fauna:

Not yet reported.

Amenities: none

Attractions: panoramic view, waterfall, lookouts

Howard or Jean Clifford 613-259-3412

Find it: 502 Hills of Peace Rd, Lanark, ON

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 45.1648530
Longitude: -76.6717600