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Humphrey Nature Trails

The Humphrey Nature Trails in Seguin feature 8 km's of eco-friendly trails leading visitors into the temperate forest, beside many creeks, overlooking wetlands, and scaling beautiful waterfalls.  The trails are perfect for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The trails can often be rough and muddy in the off-season, so wear appropriate clothing and hiking shoes.

Each loop leads into another loop.   The trail features a warming barn open daily to get ready, eat snacks or warm up. Welcome Centre

Parking and access is located in the Village of Humphrey, off Seguin Place Drive, directly behind the Humphrey Fire Hall.

Please click here for a printable Humphrey Nature Trails map.

Our Trails:

These trails can be divided up into 5 trail loops.  The loops are fully groomed and accessible for Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing during winter. 

Rabbit Run

Rabbit Run features an easy 1 km trail through the forest.  Including a gravel portion, this trail is widely used by seniors and young people looking to enjoy nature.   Access to this loop is directly from The Barn.  This loop will take you 10 minutes.  Difficulty Level: Easy

Bear Paw Path

Bear Paw Path is a 2 km trail meandering through the wilderness.  A portion of the trail is gravel for easy accessibility.  Access this loop directly from The Barn.  This entire loop will take you 15 minutes. Difficulty Level: Moderate

Running Deer Trail

Deer Trail can be done as a loop trail or to access Fox Trot and Moose Tracks.  This 3 km loop leads you back into the wilderness where wildlife are frequently seen.  This loop can be muddy and quite rugged.   This loop will take you 30 minutes to complete.  Access this loop through Bear Paw Path.  Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Fox Trot

Fot Trot loop continues into the mossy forest and can be found following Bear Paw Path.  This unique 4 km loop overlooks an intriguing wetland home to five beaver lodges and many streams.  This loop will take you 40 minutes to complete.  Difficulty Level: Moderate.

Moose Tracks

Moose Tracks is a rugged one lane trail leading to amazing views of Little Whitefish Lake and numerous wetlands.  The trail leads you deeper into the forest, over streams and scours the side of a beautiful waterfall.  Home to a family of minks, deer and moose, this trail is a "rugged use only" trail.  Challenge your skills by exploring this 2 km trail.  This loop will take you 25 minutes to complete.  Difficulty Level: Very Difficult.

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Child walking on trail