Hike to Huckleberry Rock Lookout

Rate this Adventure 1.2 miles  - Loop Trail

Added by Stephanie Memory

Stunning scenic views of Lake Muskoka while sitting on 4.6 billion year old bedrock!

This is a beautiful trail where many scenic Muskoka views can be observed. The trail begins in the middle of a beautiful forest which quickly opens to exposed bedrock, the oldest rock on the planet. On this excursion breathtaking views of Lake Muskoka from afar and the pink exposed rock of Huckleberry Rock Cut make this journey one to remember!  

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