|Goodrich Loomis Conservation Area|
|The conservation area includes short-grass prairie, one of Ontario's largest eskers, and wet hemlock forest along Cold Creek.
|Park Name: Goodrich Loomis Conservation Area|
|Size: 179 ha|
|Age of oldest known trees: 0 years|
|Forest Type: Mixed Hardwood and Hemlock|
|Conservation Status: Protected|
|Land Use Designation: Conservation Area
|Dominant Species: Eastern Hemlock - Red Oak|
|The Loop D Loop trail descends into the Cold Creek valley to the wet hemlock forest|
Google Map Link: www.google.com/maps/place/44.11675,-77.83790
Other Maps: http://www.ltc.on.ca/cms_lib/Goodrich%20Loomis%20CA%20Trail%20Map%202.jpg
Directions: From Highway 401, take exit 509 and drive north on CR 30. After 6.5 km., turn left on Goodrich Road, which turns sharply right and becomes Pinewood School Road. Continue along Pinewood School Road to Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area. A short cut to the Loop D’ Loop trails can be accessed by driving past the conservation area’s main entrance on Pinewood School Road for about 2 km. On the left is a maintenance road leading to the junction of the Esker Trail and the Loop D’Loop system. Park on Pinewood School Road and walk down the rough side road to the trail junction.
Loop D Loop
Difficulty(1=Easy, 10=Hard): 5
Location: 44.11940, -77.83890
This trail, which descends from the esker into wet hemlock forest adjacent to Cold Creek, is only partially maintained.