Beautiful loop of Frontenac Provincial Park. Some of the trails get pretty grown over in places. The best time of the year to run this loop is late summer or early fall when there has been more foot traffic, but before too many leaves fall.
Location: Frontenac Provincial Park, Sydenham, ON Canada Date Completed: June 19, 2009 Set by: Keith Iskiw and Derrick Spafford Start/Finish: Trailhead of Corridor Trail at Park Office Distance: Approximately 50km of rugged Canadian Shield terrain Time: 6:19:49 Direction: Counter-clockwise Conditions: Hot, dry, good footing (though substantial overgrowth in places) Comments/Exceptions: This route did not include Doe Lake or Arab Lake Gorge loop as it is not part of the perimeter. The route used was the true perimeter and included the full outside of Slide Lake Loop (not the Great Rock side trail option). Reports: Website - healthandadventure.com/2009/06/frontenac-park-perimeter-run/ Training Log - attackpoint.org/viewlog.jsp?userid=5219&period=1&enddate=2009-06-19