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Stop 8 - Apple Rail Trail
Ripley, Ontario, Canada

Time: 15 - 30 Minutes

Level: Easy

GPS: 44°3’57.247” N   81°34’24.735” W

Clue:Choo-choo-choose to stroll among the apple trees, until you find this box.

5 years ago, the township of Huron Kinloss redeveloped the Ripley Rail Trail, and after discovering that a great many varieties of apple trees lined the trail, they renamed this path the Ripley Apple Rail Trail. This walking trail begins in the heritage flower garden and then splits, and explorers can decide which path to take! Follow the path east for 1.8 kilometres and end up at the 10th side road. You can also choose to follow the trail west for 1.1 kilometres to end at the Ripley Huron Community Centre.

While you’re in the area check out the Ripley Mini-Tour! Find the additional four boxes in this artisan community. Don’t forget to stop in at the local shops, you never know what treasures you’ll find! Head north into Ontario’s Scottish Destination, and see what Kincardine has to offer. With a pipe Band every Saturday night at 8pm – rain or shine, it’s the perfect spot to find the Scottish in you! Test out the ice cream, with the Huron Kinloss Ice Cream Trail and make a pit stop at the Point Clark Lighthouse & Museum. Enjoy the beach and the 180° view of Lake Huron after grabbing a cool treat.

Digital stops have been added this year! While in Ripley find the digital stop location in Kincardine or Lucknow, tag us using #ETBAdventurePassport, and be entered in to win! For more information, including rule and regulations, visit: Digital Stops.

End of Park Street
Ripley, Ontario, N0G 2R0