The Devil’s Glen Provincial Park Loop Trail is a popular hiking trail located in Clearview Township, Ontario. Dogs are also able to use this trial, but must be kept on leash.
The park provides access to the Bruce Trail and the viewing platform provides a scenic view of the Niagara Escarpment. This trail is accessible year-round and in the autumn, you can take in the beauty of the fall colours against the Niagara Escarpment. Bring your camera along, you will get some great pictures!
Toronto Blogger, Lindsay, wrote about her visit to Devil’s Glen in the fall here.
The loop trail is accessible year-round and has lovely views with some steep inclines.
Devil’s Glen rests on the Manitoulin Bedrock Ledge, the site of a glacial melt water channel that flowed along the edge of the escarpment. The gorge, carved by the Mad River spreads as far as your eye can see. The upper rim along the gorge is lined by Silurian Amabel dolomite cap rock, a form of limestone.
The parking lot for Devil’s Glen is located on the south side of County Road 124, just west of the entrance to Devil’s Glen Country Club. It does not have any operating facilities such as bathrooms. Please note that the facilities of Devil’s Glen Country Club are to be avoided as it is a members-only establishment.