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10/18/2018 8:14 pm  #1


Booths Rock trail

Was thinking of hiking my first Algonquin trail because it's looking to windy to paddle.booths rock trail sounds nice. Where do I grab a permit to hike it this weekend and how long would this hike take.any info or other great scenic hike info appreciated.


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10/19/2018 8:08 am  #2


Re: Booths Rock trail

If you're already camping, then you already have a permit for the park. If you're going up for the day you just need a day pass which you can pick up at the East or West gate on your way in. You don't need anything specific for the different trails. 

 

10/19/2018 6:21 pm  #3


Re: Booths Rock trail

According to the Friends of Algonquin Park booklet, "The trail is 5.1 km long and fairly rigorous, but may be easily covered in a couple of hours by an active person."  You can usually get the booklet at the Park office or at the trail head for $0.50.

Last edited by Yc (10/19/2018 6:25 pm)

 

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