Mono Cliffs and McCarston’s Lake Loop

I decided to do an afternoon hike in Mono Cliffs today.  The snow was fresh and the temps were great.  I did not want to drive all the way down to mono centre area, so I decided to take an entry from the north of the Mono Tract forest, where 1st Line EHS comes to a dead end, south of 25 sideroad.  Also known as Granger.  This is a great little hike, if you only have an hour and a half to two hours.  I did it is one hour and thirty six minutes, with time to stop and take photos and enjoy the scenery.

Hike Length: 6.36 km’s

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My name is Tom Thayer and I love hiking and have built this site to record my many hikes and adventures. I am currently a trail captain for the Bruce Trail Conservatory and I am very glad I can give back some of what the Bruce has given me. I also sit on the board for the Dufferin Bruce Trail Club and was recently awarded the Volunteer of the Year award by the Bruce Trail Conservancy for my work on the developing their new Hike Schedule.

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