A departure from the Bruce Trail here - details on the 'Hell Holes Nature Trails and Caves' area in eastern Ontario, north of Napanee and the 401, just south of Roblin. The area is privately owned and operated as a business, so you have to pay admission, but we found it well worth the price ($5 per child 5-15 years old, $7 for older kids and adults - in 2010).
We were provided with a map and details on what to watch for, and the path was well marked and easy to follow. Be sure to bring a flashlight or two, and be prepared for a bit of a tight squeeze to get into the Hell Hole cave itself!
(No need to provide exact hike directions here, as they are available onsite. Instead, I've mixed photos and the description of the area here on one page. Please send us any comments/corrections to brucetrail [at] wholemap.com Click here to return to the main page,) or grab some water, your hiking shoes, a flashlight for the cave, and camera and take a hike!)
The hike is located North of Napanee Ontario and the 401 just off of Hwy 41.
You can see the location of this hike with other Web sites in the same area
You'll park then head down the hill to the new log cabin to pay your admission and get oriented. There's a picnic area, and a playground for little kids, even mini-golf. Don't forget your flashlight!
Be sure to get the map and follow the trail - here are the highlights, with links to the pictures I took: