Bob Hunter Memorial - Reesorway / Tanglewood Trail
The Bob Hunter Memorial Park is part of the Rouge National Urban Park.
It is located just north of Toronto at 14th Ave and Reesor Road in Markham.
Park at the trailhead located at 7277 14th Ave, Markham, ON. At this parking location, there is a washroom, signage, and a resting area.
From Wikipedia, I learned that
Bob Hunter Memorial Park is a greenspace preserve in Markham, Ontario, Canada. It is named in honour of Robert Hunter, one of the founders of Greenpeace. The park was officially opened in August 2006.
There are four trails: Tanglewood, Reesor Way, Tallgrass Trek and Monarch.
We hiked the Reesor Way / Tanglewood Trail, a 3.3 km loop that passes through a young forest to a more mature forest next to the Little Rouge River.
If you walk the route counter-clockwise, the first section you'll hike through is a young forest. Tree planting was done by volunteers within the past 10 years. I've learned that some of my former colleagues at IBM were part of this tree-planting effort.
Every 100 meters or so, a pole with a perch and a birdhouse has been erected.
We didn't see any birds during our hikes, but it appears that some of the birdhouses are occupied.
We saw very few people and Lucy was able to be off-leash for most of the hike. Walking in the mature forest was peaceful.
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