Please note: A section of the Reesor Way/Tanglewood Trail is closed until further notice. This closure is well marked on site and alternative trail options are available.

The Reesor Way trail provides two distinct experiences. The east section runs parallel to the Little Rouge River in a mix of established habitats, with excellent birding opportunities. The west section’s emerging forest and open sky recall the years of restoration that created Bob Hunter Memorial Park.

Explore microclimates first hand on the Tanglewood trail. Carved out from glacial activity, the Little Rouge River flood plain is in direct contrast to its spacious deciduous west slope and cedar dominated coniferous east slope.

Location 7277 14th Ave, Markham
Lat: 43.860700, Long: -79.210934
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Difficulty Moderate 
Distance 3.3 km loop
Time 1 to 1.5 hours
Washrooms Seasonally available near the parking lot
Parking Limited free parking is available all year at 7277 14th Avenue
Accessibility information
 
Elevation

Reesor Way

Surface: Natural surface and crushed limestone
Average width: 180 cm
Minimum width: 180 cm
Average slope: 2.5%
Maximum slope: 13.9%
Average cross slope: 2.9%
Maximum cross slope: 8.7%


 
Elevation

Tanglewood Trail

Surface: Natural surface and crushed limestone
Average width: 138 cm
Minimum width: 60 cm
Average slope: 3.9%
Maximum slope: 13.3%
Average cross slope: 5.1%
Maximum cross slope: 20.6%