This hidden trail in Ontario will take you straight through giant rock crevices, and it's like you're exploring a whole other land.

Located along the Sydenham section of the Bruce Trail, the Boyd Crevice hike has giant crevices that run through the Escarpment rock, and you can wander right into the breathtaking labyrinth.

The crevices were created by cracks that grew larger over time and eventually pulled away from the cliff face.

The 1.5- to 2-kilometre trail leads past a meadow and cedar forest before winding through the towering rock walls, which have a unique cubic shape.

It is advised to wear good shoes as the trail can be muddy and unstable at certain sections.

Visitors are asked to remain on the White Blazed Trail in order to respect the surrounding private property, and to follow the Trail User's Code.*

Boyd Crevice Hike

Price: Free, memberships available

Address: Trail entrance on the west side of the 10th Concession near Owen Sound, ON

Why You Need To Go: Follow a path through incredible crevices in the escarpment walls.


Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.


Editor's Note: This article has been updated.