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From Booth's Rock lookout point on it is a very easy hike to the end of the trail. I think we're about halfway the hike, but the second part is so easy to do that it feels much less. From now on it is just enjoying the views, the nature and laugh when you see the many squirrels racing through the woods. Climbing down the hill is much easier than climbing up. And they even provided for a long set of stairs going down that makes things even more easy.
Directions: Booth's Rock Trail is at a sideroad of highway 60, 40.3 km from the west gate of Algonquin Park. Follow the sideroad for 8 kilometers and you will get at the start of the trail.
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