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Willard Kitchener MacDonald Trail
Willard Kitchener MacDonald Trail, named for the Hermit of Gully Lake, is 2.7 km long and starts about 2 km from Gully Lake Wilderness Trail head. Willard's Trail rolls gently through an old growth sugar maple and yellow birch woods, its ground covered in evergreen wood fern and Christmas fern. Passing over many former log sledding roads, the trail starts near Donald's Falls and ends at Meguma Falls which is on the earthquake fault line where the continental plates of Meguma and Avalon collided 380 million years ago.
Type: Linear
Length: 2.7 km (approx 1.0 hour hike)
Surface: soil, footpath
Marking: Follow path and trail markers.
Permitted Use:
Back Country Skiing
Access: Trail Head Coordinates listed are at the junction with the Sandy Cope Trail.
Trail Head Coordinates: Lat 45.54269 N, Long 063.09404 W. Directions.
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Willard Kitchener MacDonald 

Willard Kitchener MacDonald Trail Map. [Enlarged Version] Also available in Black and White

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