Bebamikawe Memorial Trail
Bebamikawe Memorial Trail
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Leanman21
Forres, UK49 contributions
Aug 2023 • Couples
Didn’t believe the reviews that you were given your own personal escort…..but how wrong I was! Just fabulous. Picked up by 4 dogs who took us up and down again. Stopped when we did, walked at out pace! No one else around meant this was special walk with beautiful views….well worth the effort to find the trail.
Written August 22, 2023
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Colin M
Whitby, Canada21 contributions
Oct 2022
The trails here are quite nice, with some good lookout points. What makes this hike special are the trail dogs.
We arrived about 10am on a Saturday in early October. We were the only car in the parking lot. As we approached the lot our car was greeted by a pack of dogs barking at us. I had read about this hike though, and the involvement of trail dogs, so we knew to expect this. The dogs were wonderful, very friendly, and not begging or anything. They also barked very little, mostly from one dog who barked at the beginning of each leg of the hike as if to announce it. We hiked both the red Warrior trail and the yellow 3 Fires trail. We were accompanied by 4 trail dogs for the entirety of our hike. If we stopped to take pictures or eat a snack, the dogs would sit or lie quietly and wait for us to be ready to start again. They didn't beg or annoy us at all and were just lovely companions for the whole hike. They would occasionally run through the bushes looking for something, but they always returned and walked with us. Such a great experience.
The hike itself was very nice, but the dogs made it a really special memory.
Written October 3, 2022
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LakeSimcoeFan
Toronto, Canada97 contributions
Aug 2022
A nice trail worth exploring . We liked that it was not busy, I guess all people were on Cup and Saucer that day :) It is well marked, has nice lookouts, some history and educational content, and serious working dogs following your group. A dog who was with us did not take food or water, just was there with us, looking after all members of the group :) In August, there were almost no mosquitos. I saw maybe two, a far cry from the trail's description as a Mosquito Alley.
Consists of two loops, 4.5 ish km each. On the way to the trail head there is a beach, so you (unlike us) can take your towels and enjoy.
Written August 21, 2022
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Gabriel-Pelletier
Montreal, Canada4 contributions
Jul 2022
We came here from the recommendation of Nicolas from Wayside Motel, and were not disappointed. It was a fantastic journey! It brings you pretty high up to a bunch of vantage points that let you take in lots of very long, sweeping vistas. It was a relatively easy hike as well, even though it feels like you've travelled quite a bit because of how much the environment changes as you travel.
Written July 20, 2022
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Savpam
Englehart, Canada310 contributions
Oct 2021 • Family
Lovely Trail. Our guide dog never left us or let us get mixed up. Our nine year old said it was his best hike ever and he loved the guardian dogs,
Written October 17, 2021
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Patricia B
Astorville, Canada14 contributions
Sept 2021 • Family
Such a beautiful trail! We've been to Manitoulin many times but this was our first time to this trail, it is 100% worth the visit. It has some steep grades and rough terrain that can be difficult for little ones, I suggest a backpack carrier for children under 3, definitely not stroller friendly. The dogs that may accompany you are super sweet too!
Written September 4, 2021
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Naik
7 contributions
Aug 2021 • Family
It was a great trail! We did the fitness trail originally and then headed up the warrior trail. The path is relatively clear and you can follow the markings quite easily to the lookouts! The view is really spectacular and the lookout is big with a lot of seating. The best part of the entire trail is definitely the trail dogs - they sit when you sit, walk when you walk, it was so much fun and you definitely feel safe without worrying about seeing bears or deers (not that we saw any). I would definitely recommend this trail if you are on the Island!
Written August 28, 2021
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nickelcitygirl
Sudbury, Canada680 contributions
Aug 2020
The unique thing about these trails is your walk companions. We loved being greeted by two dogs who served as our guard dogs while we walked the trail! As soon as we pulled in to the parking lot, they appeared and waited for us to get our walking shoes on. The dogs would stay ahead of us on the trail and if we got too far behind, they would wait for us to catch up and then off they'd go again. We did a short trail this visit, but there are longer trails with beautiful lookouts.
Written June 22, 2021
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Jliu
Waterloo, Canada5 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
We were so lucky that Kusky led us through the Warriors loop. My daughter chased Kusky the whole way. She had a lot of fun! The trial was much easier for younger kids than the Cup & Saucer one!
Written September 2, 2020
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lana54613
Perth, Canada2 contributions
Aug 2020 • Couples
An amazing hiking trail. Well taken care off. Signage is great!! In my opinion a nicer and more scenic trail than the Cup and Saucer trail! Much better maintained. We had the pleasure of having Kusky the trail guide dog accompany us for the entire trail! Would definitely recommend!
Written August 28, 2020
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