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We enjoyed a fall hike Thanksgiving weekend to Devil's Rock. There is new signage so easy to find. The trail was just challenging enough for a quick afternoon hike. Beautiful fall colors, crisp air and an inspiring lookout! You can see for miles. Don't forget...More
There are two trails into Devils Rock. One from the trailer park which is a longer hike and involves some climbing. We took the trail from the highway which was a beautiful wooded 1.5 km walk. The trail is rocky so watch your step. When...More
Spectacular view over Lake Temiskaming, looking east, north and south. But, be careful and watch kids and pets. A fall off the cliff is fatal! We took the shorter trail off of Silver Centre Road. Parking is limited. The trail is locally rough and can...More
My parients came up for a visit. We decided to check out Devils Rock. A huge granite out crop. The trail from Buck Park is very nice but long up hill and can be slippery. There is a day use fee at the park about...More
This is one the most scenic places in all of the north. Great trails (both of them) well signed and well kept. The anticipation that you are getting to somewhere special is part of the fun. When you reach the top of Devils rock you...More
You have to go here ! I rode here on a bicycle from Haileybury, took me past the founders cemetery, nice easy ride. Great adventure, then got to the cliffs Wow ! Bring a camera. The winter view at sunrise is breathtaking, No bicycle in...More
This "attraction" used to have a lot more prominence, even had a viewing platform once-upon-a-time. Too many went over the edge, so it was cranked back as an attraction. But if you're up to it, it's worth the hike in.
After a 40 minute walk through the woods you come to a breathtaking view of Lake Temiskaming. Bring a picnic and spend an hour relaxing. A high light of our trip. Might be a but onerous for elderly as the footing can be rocky in...More